Friday, December 19, 2014

December Skies

December Skies in the Emerald City

December 6, 2014
Dawn's Early Light

December 7, 2104
Hazy Moon over the City
Holiday Lights on Two Union Tower

December 7, 2014
Blanket of Fog
Covering Capitol Hill

The fog rolled over Capitol Hill and then
floated over Lake Union

December 11, 2014
Stormy Weather

Early December Sunset
December 11, 2014

December 14, 2014
Sunrise Reflections

Queen Anne's Broadcast Towers
Rising Out of the Fog
December 11, 2014
Linking up to Skywatch Friday -- Thanks to the hosts at Skywatch!

Thank you for stopping by John's Island.


  1. I think the fog we have around here is the most beautiful I've ever seen. I can't get enough of it, and I never mind when it's around, knowing it will make for some spectacular scenes as it goes away. All your pictures are wonderful, John. Thanks for sharing them. :-)

  2. I really like the Dawn's Early Light and Stormy Weather shots. The broadcasting towers look pretty neat. We have one near Alleman, IA that, at 2000 feet, is the 9th tallest structure in the U.S.

  3. My favorite is the blue skyline with the misty moon.

  4. So beautiful! Love the photos, especcially: stormy weather!

  5. All great pictures. I really like the fog coming over the city.

  6. just beautiful! LOVE the stormy ones!

  7. Oh wow! These pictures show so much beauty. Thanks for sharing them. Have a fabulous weekend and thanks again for all your kind comments left on my blog.

  8. Beautiful series of sky shots. I like the broadcast towers poking out of the clouds!

  9. Beautiful shots! I especially like the 3rd from the top. It reminds me of my view from the Empire State Building in NYC just over a year ago.

  10. Wonderful shots. I really like the broadcast towers rising out of the mist. I love living up here in WA ...apart from it reminding me a lot of back home in NZ ..I also love the many opportunities it gives for those wonderful shots.


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