(Seattle, Washington) The Seattle skyline at dusk towers above the s-curves of the I-5 as seen from Beacon Hill.
The view from the top of Doctor Jose Rizal Park is pretty good; I went through a hole in a fence and got closer to the road to get this one. Turned out the hole was for a trail passing there, primarily used by the freer spirits of the city. Fortunately the homies passing through while I was shooting were nice enough not to dream of expanding their camera collections and we had good chats instead. Alas, as happened too often on this US trip, the weather gods were not in photo mood: c'me on--crystal clear skies in Seattle?
A blend of the same exposure at different color temps to bring out the leftovers of the golden hour. If was any better at Photoshop, I would get to work on the trees blocking the nice road on the lower right. After adding clouds.
30,0 sec at f/14 | 250 ISO | Aperture priority mode | 2 EV | EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM at 58mm