Seattle Ferry Cutting Through Morning Fog

Seattle Ferry Cutting Through Morning Fog

Seattle Ferry Cutting Through Morning Fog

Sometime back in the mid 2000's I was up in the tallest building in Seattle, the Columbia Tower, early in the morning. I was looking out over the bay and notice a ferry returning to Seattle that was making a path through the low fog. I love how the the Olympic Mountains are in the clear behind it.

  • Camera  Nikon D3
  • Lens Nikon 70-200mm f/2.8 @ 200mm
  • Number of shots 1
  • Megapixels 66
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