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Seattle skyline and Mount Rainier at dusk
seattle, washington, mount rainier, pacific northwest
Travel & Nature photographer who currently resides in Frisco, Texas
beautiful scene… nicely presented..
Thank you very much, George.
– Inge Johnsson
Ok…..if you see some strange person lurking over your shoulder sometime while you shoot, that would be me. Again….so great….wonderful sky, perfect color!! Love the glare on the building….I know what it is but not the name….ho hum.
Ha ha, maybe I should start offering photography lessons ;-) Thanks for the kind words.
I have one so similar to yours, but you got Mt. Ranier in amazingly clear weather….GREAT shot, I know that spot!John
Clear winter days, uncommon in Seattle, can be great here. Thanks :-)
Ok…..where do I sign up…….what a pleasure it would be.I hate the tri pod….I think mostly because I don’t know how to use it to the best advantage. But I have thought about shots like these….not that they are my style, but just to say I did it……I guess…….Just to say if I wanted it, I could, because I see the potential.But these are great, so glad I was on while you up loaded them…..I will sadly have to direct all my SEATTLE friends to your calendar, because it’s just stunning and says SEATTLE!! So nice!!!
You did well getting Rainer on a clear evening. We travelled from Australia to see the USA and were lucky when in WA to get up into the hills of Seattle to see the city – Nice View!!
I assume you went to this place then, Kerry Park. It is a stunning view on any evening.
Wow Inge! You have captured everything perfectly in this image.
Thanks Gary, I have tons of shots from this location but this is definitely one of my personal favorites.
The glint off that building is great. Beautifulmountain in background. Must be nice!
Thanks Marriet, yes this is a very nice place to enjoy the Seattle skyline from any day of the week.
wonderful work, Inge – my favorite spot to view the city – I need to go back!
Thanks Barb. Yes, this is an iconic Seattle location.
Thanks so much again, Charmiene :-)