Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Seattle Skies and More



Looking west over Puget Sound at sunset
November 7, 2020

Looking over Puget Sound about an hour
before sunset. November 2, 2020

Yang Ming freighter departing Port of Seattle
on a clear morning. In the distance ... Bainbridge Island
and the Olympic Mountains

From my old postcard collection

Floating Palace of the Pacific
built by Great Northern Pacific Steamship Co, 1915 

Back of the unused postcard.

Closing Thought

“You never learn anything by listening to yourself talk.”
― Eugene Baker


  1. By careful watching you have caught some great sky colors.

  2. Those skies are spectacular . Hope you are staying well. This pandemic seems to be affecting us all to some degree.

  3. Hi John- Nice Sky and harbor photos - hope you are well and enjoying things there to the fullest in Seattle. Best Wishes. KEV.

  4. Hello John,
    Beautiful views of the sky and sunset! The photo of the ship with the Olympic Mountains is awesome! Love the old post card!
    Take care, have a happy day!

  5. It is always nice to see you show up in my news feed. Lovely pictures as usual. :-)

  6. Nice to see some sunsets from the other side of the world again John. Hope you are well

  7. I love the quote. And what a nice sunsets. Thanks John.

  8. Beautiful skies and so much truth in that quote!

  9. Hello John
    Happy December Wishes, I hope you have been keeping well.
    Wonderful skies in your photographs, the colours are beautiful.
    Your old postcard looks very nice.

    Look after yourself, my good wishes.

    All the best Jan


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