Last night I decided to grab my camera and head out just to shoot something for a change. In the midst of constant rainy days here in Seattle, there was a brief respite from the rain yesterday so I ventured over to Golden Gardens Park along the Puget Sound.
Due to the heavily overcast skies and low cloud both the sunset and Olympic Mountains were no-shows, so I had little to work with, and even less light. Back in January I came down to this same area where I shot some old pier pilings (here) and last night I noticed another collection just a little further north, which is what you see here.
After shooting what I could I packed it in, fingers frozen, and headed for home. I didn't come away with a lot, but it was nice to get out shooting again.
Nikon D90 | Nikon 18-200VR@28mm | f/16 | 30s | ISO100 | Tripod
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