This 40-degree laid-back Tuesday marks the first day of a new year in Seattle – 2018. After finishing grad school, I bee-lined west to Seattle and never looked back. This view from Gas Works Park was one of the first places I saw while biking along a dirt path back then; today it’s a paved, …
Seattle just welcomed summer’s first moments with rain – and this rainbow.
Sunset over the Olympic Mountains in my new neighborhood, Magnolia. (Seattle, April 2, 2014)
Another reason why I love Seattle: Space Needle blue moon. I wasn’t alone. Neighbors, tourists, professional photographers, and TV stations came out to capture this rare, rising blue moon over Seattle. The next one’s in 2015. (Kerry Park/Seattle–August 20, 2013)
I don’t know why it started, really. But over the years it’s become my evening ritual, shooting sunsets in Seattle over those majestic Olympic Mountains. There’s a wildness to the skies:
This most amazing day: a sunset that stunned us into silence….
Speechless. We are all speechless. In all my time in Seattle, never a sunset like this…
Yet another unforgettable sunset in Seattle, in autumn’s changing season…
First full day in this new season, as summer goodnights the evening skies. My Seattle.
On the cusp of spring, a winter sunset lifts our spirits to the skies. (Seattle, March 4, 2013)
Six wisps of clouds line up obediently–like kids in school, or pods of orca whales, or horses loping along a trail.