Nothing finer on a sunny Seattle day than admiring the beautiful Puget Sound.
It’s hard to get comfortable on the rocky beach near the point of Seattle’s Discovery Park, but the unique perspective it offers on the maritime nature of Seattle is worth it.
I would retire to this part of the world in a heartbeat. Nothing like it.
In spring, some pastel pinks and blues are quite appropriate. This photograph is from my visit to Brendan’s normal stomping grounds, the shores of Puget Sound. The gentle summer sunset and the clusters of homes on the shoreline (and in the hills) made for a sight unlike anything I’d ever seen on the east coast.
The characteristically rock beaches of Puget Sound are awesome if you like skipping stones.
Another spectacular Seattle sunset over Puget Sound and the Olympics, this time from Magnolia’s Discovery Park. This made more spectacular by the fact that it was the dead of winter and the vista was only marred by some wispy clouds and just the lightest of hazes.
Sunset over Puget Sound are always something special (assuming its not too overcast!), with views towards mountains and the silhouettes of small pleasure craft anchored just off shore.
This view of the Olympics towering over Puget sound, from the community beach near where I grew up, always gets me. Just stunning.
It’s not everyday you decide to go to the beach and find that it’s covered in frost.
Snow peaked, and with a nice alpenglow, the Olympic mountains in the morning are one of the more spectacular sights to be seen from Seattle (behind, of course, the massive Mt. Rainier which looms over the city). On this unusually calm, clear (not to mention cold) morning I was able to grab this shot of Puget Sound in front of the Olympics, along with two Ferries making the Fauntleroy-Vashon run.