This was taken from Fort Worden State Park (Port Townsend, WA) looking NE across Admiralty Inlet to Mt Baker.
Same sunrise as my previous post, also from Marrowstone Island. This is one looking north to Mt Baker instead of south to Mt Rainer.
- Camera: Nikon D850
- Lens: Nikkor 80-400mm set at 360mm
- ISO 3200 1/500 sec f/11
Point Wilson is located in Fort Worden State Park in Port Townsend, WA.
The beginning of the winter sunset was coloring the cliffs of Whidbey Island and the snowfields of Mt Baker.
- Camera: Nikon D850
- Lens: Nikkor 80-400mm set at 400mm
The colors of the sunset reflecting on Mt Baker from Fort Worden State Park in Port Townsend, WA. There was a lot of haze in the air … a mix of pollution and water vapor. That softens the image quite a bit. Not sure it necessarily detracts from the impact, tho.
Camera: Nikon D850 Lens: Nikkor 300mm PF with 2x adapter ISO 125 1/125 sec f/8
This was a day after the color image of a couple posts ago (here). The weather has been just spectacular. And the air was clear enough for a great view of Mt Baker across Puget Sound. I really like the black and white version of this … especially since the pickup truck in the front lot was bright red and really was an eye magnet. Black and White made it disappear into the background.
Point Wilson is at Fort Worden State Park in Port Townsend, WA.
Camera: Nikon D850 Lens: Nikkor 28-300mm set at 300mm ISO 200 1/1000 sec f/8.0
Both images are taken from Fort Worden St Park in Port Townsend. The first image is of the WA State Ferry Kennewick on it’s way to Port Townsend from Coupeville. It’s a great boat ride…. especially when the weather is clear and you can see the Cascades in one direction and the Olympics in the other.
This is the USS Robert Johnson with Mt Baker in the background. The discontinuity between the natural and the industrial/military attracted me to taking this image. I don’t usually take photos of military vessals … don’t want to be accused of being a spy!
Just a note: The ship was named after a young black marine who was serving in Viet Nam when a grenade landed in his unit’s foxhole. He through himself on the grenade, saving the lives of the others in his unit.
Camera: Nikon D850 Lens: Nikkor 28-300mm set at 300mm Top Photo: ISO 200 1/1000 sec f/8.0 Bottom Photo: ISO 200 1/320 sec f/16