A lovely sunset in Seattle…Read More
I love Seattle, and in particular I love to visit Pike Place Market. It's touristy but awesome. Here's a shot of the fish counter, plus a couple of extra creative edits. It's always good to experiment, right?Read More
I love to visit Seattle, and luckily we made a stop there on our big trip this past summer. Unluckily, it was only for 1 night. But I did get a wonderful sunset out of the stop, so I can't complain about that! Here are some pics from Pike Place Market during that sweet, sweet sunset!Read More
Today's post is an ode to that wonderful city in the Pac Northwest - Seattle, the Emerald City. I love it there, just absolutely love it. I hope to return someday soon (but it's not currently in the plans, darnit!). Take a look at all 22 photos - yes there are 22, count 'em! - and let me know if you love the city as much as I do!Read More
I caught this Seattle skyline shot from a ferry when we were pulling back into town. I loved this view, even though I was pretty cold up on the rooftop deck. We had been up in the San Juan Islands for the weekend (you have to go there!) and on the return, I had the camera out firing left and right. When we arrived into Seattle and I saw the skyline there, I knew this was a shot that I really wanted!
Here's something a little different! Although I like the "big" scenes that I shoot in HDR, sometimes it's fun to throw in a little something unexpected...like a pastel-colored, intentionally soft houseboat shot. :)
I caught this image while wandering along Lake Union in Seattle a while back. I had a few minutes before a meeting, and this area caught my eye, and seemed familiar. It turns out this is near the houseboat that was used in the movie Sleepless in Seattle (at least according to some locals, it is). I went for a soft, dreamy sort of processing here and thought it worked, especially with all the bright colors in the scene. It made me think of a painting.