Great evening for wandering around Capitol Hill. Loads of people were out, doing summer evening sort of things. Bumped into a friend who was working a second job. People in the food and drink industry work hard. Kept wandering around. Everywhere you looked, people were hanging out over food, grabbing
On Sunday 18 June 2017, Charleena Lyles contacted the Seattle Police Department (SPD) for assistance related to a burglary at her Sand Point home. According to multiple reports, including audio released by the SPD [http://www.seattlepi.com/local/crime/article/SPD-releases-audio-of-Charleena-Lyles-shooting-11230410.php] (links to audio at seattlepi), two white
This beauty is often elusive. I shot that image RAW and then made some adjustments in Lightroom. Added some graduated filters, adjusted contrast, and selected the Fujifilm Velvia film simulation. Unfortunately, I wasn’t very methodical about it and didn’t make any notes before hitting Reset on the image.
On 4 June 2017, runners, walkers, and their friends (many of the four-legged variety) enjoyed a beautiful day of friendly competition at the Run & Walk with Pride 4k/10k [http://www.runwalkwithpride.org], which was held at Seattle’s Seward Park. Seattle Frontrunners [http://www.runwalkwithpride.org/general-info/], “one of
The Seattle / Western Washington area got pounded by an intense storm on 4 May 2017. According to the Seattle Times (citing the National Weather Service) [http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/weather/2500-lightning-strikes-yesterday-check-out-photos-from-across-the-seattle-area/] , the region had “about 2,500 lightning strikes hit the ground from Lewis County to the Canadian border.