Seattle Sunset at Peak Park
Sunsets are like fires. Easy to stare at and get lost in, except with more colors and vastness and sense of space.
In Seattle in autumn we get some fiery skies, and last Friday night was a good one. There’s a tiny park by my house — most people who go there for the first time say that they had no idea this place existed. As tiny as it is, the uninterrupted westward view means it’s a perfect spot to watch the sun go behind our Olympic mountains.
I caught this picture of strangers all lined up watching the show:
The dark blue sky served as the perfect backdrop for some silhouette photos:
My friend Kenny has some serious hops!
Token sequence shot:
Was such a nice night just wanted to share!