A pinhole image of Seattle at sunrise made last year during an Exposure Northwest workshop. The nice thing about the pinhole is that I can wedge it into the rocks at water's edge for 15 minutes while I teach and come back for it later. Of course then I come back to find that a particularly disagreeable wave came and knocked the camera over. But that is why I use a wooden pinhole camera for such adventures. Thankfully it seems to have occurred at the end of the exposure, not long before I came to reclaim my patiently waiting pinhole. Now if only the Sound would be more accommodating. Oh, what am I say, I like the Puget Sound particularly because it is so temperamental and honestly, I wouldn't have it any other way.
This was made along Alki Beach, which always strikes me because I have memories of this place from 30 years ago. My mom and dad's favorite fish & chips restaurant is just a short distance from here and it has been in the same place all this time. The biggest difference is that it used to be about the only thing out along this strip of beach, and now it is nestled in amongst quite a community.