There’s a special quality to the morning light on the Flatirons.
In a tribute to Dr. Denny and the macro lens
Summer sunsets in Seattle are a bit unusual because its high latitude tends to make them linger and change colors, subtly, across much of the sky. This photo is taken at sunset, looking to the south. The sun is far off to the right; more in the northwest than west. The photo was taken from my apartment window.
Can you guess who this is?
Or at least one of the reasons I love the place. This is your basic beauty shot. Just pretty.
Done in 60s Andy Warholish style; hence the bricks.