Snaps in Seattle Last Two Weeks ...
|January 19th 7:42 AM|
An amazing sky for my morning walk.
For new visitors ... My current challenge is to see if I can walk about 2 miles, almost every day, for a year. I am using Seattle's Elliott Bay Trail for my walk and have a few more weeks to go before meeting my goal. I enjoy snapping photos along the walks to keep a record of interesting things I've seen. Click on images for larger view.
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|Walking early, just before sunrise.|
January 21st 7:00 AM
|The green thing at Expedia Group Global Headquarters.|
I wonder how much they spent on this.
|Mt Tahoma is the "little" peak on the left.|
January 21st 7:21 AM
|At anchor one day before getting loaded with grain.|
|Foggy morning at Grain Terminal 86.|
|Elliott Bay Trail goes right along the water's edge.|
|Foggy, cold morning = not many walkers.|
|Carving on driftwood along the trail.|
|January 15th 8:17 AM|
|Just after sunrise looking across Puget Sound|
to waterfront homes on Bainbridge Island.
|Hong Fu, grain ship, at anchor.|
|Ship names often make me smile.|
These four are all "bulk carriers" taking grain to Asia.
|America's new litter.|
|Union Pacific grain car.|
Union Pacific is "Building America"
Some Americans added their own comments.
Musical interlude. Deuter - Land of Enchantment - Enjoy.
|Viewpoint looking out over the Bay on a rare clear|
blue sky day.
|Possibly the most photographed view of Seattle.|
From Kerry Park.
|January 27th 2:35 PM|
|January 27th 4:54 PM|
|A few sunsets to remember.|
All sunsets are snapped from home.
|Hummingbird at sunset.|
Three favorites in one photo ...
Water, sunset, hummer!