I got so many great photos while I was in Seattle. More importantly, I had some wonderful experiences. The only negative was that my time was limited.
At the end of my first day (after dark), I went to Harbor Avenue in West Seattle to get some photos of the city skyline across Puget Sound. If I had all the time I wanted, I would have visited this site at sunset, but I couldn’t be everywhere at the same time. So I had to prioritize my locations and make some choices. That meant I got to West Seattle after sunset and the next day at sunrise. Maybe next time, I’ll get there at sunset. Anyway, this is a great spot to view the entire city skyline and just relax on a park bench or put your toes in the sand.
This panorama is made from 25 different exposures blended together. As you can probably guess, it took some time to process. But I think the effort was worth it. What do you think?