Large piece of driftwood on the beach at Carkeek Park near Seattle…
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No, I was not standing on the tracks when I shot this…
Looking down on a popular stretch of beach on Puget Sound, I thought the thousands of footprints in the sand made an interesting pattern…
This is as close as I would ever want to get to an oncoming train – I was about 10 feet away and the train was going full speed. (I was safely on an embankment shooting over a fence…)
The view looking south from Carkeek Park, north of Seattle. One of my favorite places to hang out with my camera in that area.
This photo has some issues but there’s just something I like about it. So here it is.
This weekend’s photo roadtrip was rained out so here’s one from the archives. Watching a spring storm roll in over Puget Sound. Panorama made from 6 exposures.
Looking across Puget Sound towards the Olympic Mountains on a spring morning…
A guy and his dog, watching the morning light come up over Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains…
Watching a spring storm roll across Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. Shot from Carkeek Park near Seattle.
I got to watch an epic battle in the sky as seagulls fought over a bit of food.
Big piece of driftwood on the shore of Puget Sound on a stormy winter day.
One of my favorite things about Carkeek Park – there’s a pedestrian bridge over the train tracks. Great place to watch and photograph the trains.
We have had non-stop clouds and rain here lately and today I realized that I couldn’t remember the last time that we had a sunny day. So I looked back through my photos and picked this shot from New Year’s Day to remind myself what a blue sky looks like. Early morning sun on the Olympic Mountains, shot from Carkeek Park near Seattle.
Early morning, watching two ferries crossing Puget Sound.
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. 🙂
Puget Sound. New Year’s Day, 2011. 9:30 am. Temperature – about 28 degrees. What did I see?