Snowing at night. I wanted to capture the snow coming down but it didn’t look good when I used the flash. So I did a 20 second exposure and illuminated the scene with a flashlight.
To me this looks like the head of an old robot, left hanging on the fence to rust away…
We had a break in the clouds this evening and I was able to capture the crescent moon before it set. This shot is a fusion of two exposures processed with Photomatix Pro 4.0 HDR software. The camera is a Nikon D7000 and the settings were ISO 400, f/5.6, 200mm. The two exposures were 1/500 second and 1/200 second.
Early morning view of the Port of Seattle. The seals were about a half-mile away and you could clearly hear their calls across the water. I need to visit them again – maybe with a higher powered lens next time!
The tug Lindsey Foss, Fidalgo Bay, WA.
Stone tower at Northern State Hospital. To me it looks like the head of a cyclops – open mouth, nose, and a big staring eye…
Climbing around Cap Sante Park, I disturbed one of the seagulls. I think he was giving me the stink eye as he flew away.
View of Anacortes, WA, from Cap Sante Park. It was worth climbing some rocks to get this shot.
A flock of birds took off and flew past me. The angle wasn’t good but sometimes when you’re photographing birds in flight you take what you can get. 🙂
Drippy turds of white
Falling splatting from the trees
Goodbye to the snow
USS Ingraham (FFG-61), at US Naval Station Everett.
Seattle skyline on an unusually clear winter morning. HDR image.
Looking at search keywords that led people to this blog in 2010. My favorite – “dog mouth”. Happy 2011 everyone!
Puget Sound. New Year’s Day, 2011. 9:30 am. Temperature – about 28 degrees. What did I see?