Ships appear likes ghosts out of the fog in Elliott Bay, WA.
Ghost Ship and Fog, West Seattle, WA (9″x18″)
Pylons, Ghost Ship, and Fog, West Seattle, WA (12″x18″)
I’ve been waiting for thick fog to obscure the Seattle skyline so I could shoot some bulb exposure of the structures along Elliott Bay- I got what I was wishing for in late October. This is probably one of my favorite abstract photos that I’ve taken in the last few months.
Pylons and Fog, West Seattle, WA (12″x18″)
Bulb exposure of the Seattle skyline shot from the Don Armeni Boat Ramp lanch in West Seattle. I tried getting this shot to be symmetrical, but it was slightly off.
Don Armeni Launch and Seattle Skyline, West Seattle, WA (9″x18″)
Bulb exposure of the Seattle skyline from a grey, rainy day back in early October.
Reflections and Seattle Skyline, West Seattle, WA (12″x18″)
More from the smoky/cloudy day in August along Alki Beach and Joe Block Park. Amazing how the boat in the top image appeared completely stationary to the naked eye, but after a ~30 second exposure, it started to blur in this photograph.
Dock and Boat, West Seattle, WA (11″x15″)
Pylons (#2, Black and White), Alki Beach, West Seattle, WA (12″x15″)
While photographing the Seattle skyline back in August, I walked around to Salty’s along Alki Beach and took a few photos of this pier poking out into the Bay.
Pier and Seattle Skyline, West Seattle, WA (12″x16″)
Clouds over the Seattle skyline from the Jose P Rizal Bridge between Beacon Hill and the International District.
Seattle Skyline and Clouds (#3, B&W), Seattle, WA (16″x33″)
I intended to focus my photo shoot on the Sound and the downtown Seattle skyline, but when I arrived at the Jose P Rizal Bridge, an impressive storm cloud was lumbering over the Central District. I shot a few panoramas of the sky as the clouds changed shape, and this is my favorite.
Storm Cloud over Central District at Sunset, Seattle, WA (16″x72″)
I stuck around after sunset to shoot a few panoramas of the Seattle skyline from the Jose P Rizal Bridge. The exposures that make up the individual frames of the panorama are ~20-30 seconds, so the car lights on the highway turned into lines and the clouds started to slightly blur as they moved over the city.
Seattle Skyline and Interstate after Sunset, Seattle, WA
More panoramas of the Seattle skyline from the Jose P Rizal Bridge.
Setting Sun and Storm Clouds over Seattle Skyline, Seattle, WA
Storm Clouds over Central District, Seattle, WA