Seattle & Mount Rainier at Sunset

The much seen view of Seattle from Kerry Park. We were lucky to get a clear day when we visited, with Mount Rainier visible behind the Space Needle and the buildings of downtown Seattle. I didn't count the number of tripods lined up alongside the fence here, but there were quite a few, showing what a popular viewpoint this is.


If you have time, I think this does look better in the Lightbox.


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  • tattoogirl12 4y

    excellent view and love the little details! :)
  • Meghimeg PRO 4y

  • Jo 4y

    Wow, I would love to see a skyline like is awesome! And then you see the mountain in the (again)!!
  • Kay Gaensler PRO 4y

    Killer shot Ian! I totally love the composition with the mountain in the back and how the city piles up to the left! Your processing is top notch! Amazing work! Instant fav!
  • Ian Good PRO 4y

    tattoogirl12MeghimegJoKay Gaensler
    Thanks very much for the kind comments and faves.
  • Joerg S. PRO 4y

    BEautiful view with the mountain as backdrop - great!
  • Conor MacNeill PRO 4y

    Great composition mate!
  • Sam (aka vufindr1) PRO 4y

    What a wonderful cityscape. Your pp is stellar.
  • Jefferson Gomes 4y

    The capture of the photo is really cool, I liked.
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  • Maurizio Fecchio PRO 4y

    Beautiful view.
  • Thain Lin Tay PRO 4y

    Way cool. Like the view of the mountain in the background.
  • J Raymond C 4y

    Well Done ... it can be hard to get MT Rainier so clear due to the "haze" (or at least I always find it hard to do!) Nice Pic!
  • Ian Good PRO 4y

    J Raymond CThanks. We were only in Seattle for three days, so were lucky to get a clear one like this. :)
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Taken on September 20, 2011
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