Wednesday, October 10, 2007

The Brothers at the End of the Street

The Brothers at the End of the Street

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There was quite a lively scene at the end of the street the evening I took this tangerine sunset shot of "The Brothers" silhouette prominent in this view of the Olympic range. I liked the way the car's taillights echoed the sky color and all the blueberry tones to the mountains, the island, and the Sound. People were sitting out on the benches at the small lookout, and others were animatedly conversing near a lamppost. It won't be long before those peaks in the distance are snow covered once more. We have a big storm hitting us now.

6 comments:

Felicia said...

Beautiful photo Kim. Your description and this view are so romantic! Hope you stay warm and dry through the storm.

Moi said...

Breathtakingly beautiful......stay warm through the storm

Came across the article on Seattle's recycling this morning in NYTimes
Thought will share with you:

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/10/10/us/10recycle.html?ex=1192680000&en=c28defbfe57c8668&ei=5070

Moi said...

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/10/10/us/
10recycle.html?ex=1192680000&en=c28de
fbfe57c8668&ei=5070

-RM said...

Truly beautiful outlook you have on Seattle. What camera do you use? Do you always carry it with you?

Anonymous said...

Where on Queen Anne is this?

Bergson said...

very beautiful silouette in front of this sunset