Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Wordless Wednesday: Sailing Under a Changing Sky 3.18.12

One of the many perks to living in the Pacific Northwest is the ability to head out across the water on a ferry ride. Ferries are a part of the culture here and make travel across the sound convenient and fun! After driving on and securing the car, I like to head to the very top of the ferry where the views are unobstructed. And although the windy is stronger and the temperatures colder, the sky and water seem to stretch out before you endlessly and make it all worth it!

These were all taken on the Bremerton to Seattle ferry. A route map can be seen here with the ferry sailing from B to A.

Settings: ISO 200, 18mm, ss1/650, f/7.1
Intent: The cloud formation and color of the sky
Processing: Clean edit in Lightroom


Settings: ISO 200, 21mm, ss1/250, f/7.1
Intent: Cloud formation and the range of colors in the sky
Processing: Clean edit in Lightroom
"If you have enthusiasm, you have a very dynamic, effective companion to travel with you on the road to Somewhere." - Loretta Young

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10 comments:

  1. Love how serene the lake looks at sunset.

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  2. Wonderful, I love that beautiful landscape, great colors with a beautiful sky. Greetings.

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  3. Beautiful. I really like that second one.

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  4. Gorgeous shots - that 2nd one has such rich colors!

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  5. Beautiful captures, Emily!

    Do you follow Madge @ A View From Right Here? She lives in the PacWest also and has an amazing photography blog you might enjoy. :)

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  6. Very nice photos.

    Regards and best wishes

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  7. What beautiful photos - what a gorgeous view! I can smell the fresh air...

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  8. Ohhh how funny, my WW post is of Seattle and more than likely, the ferry heading to Bremerton!

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  9. Such gorgeous shots!!! How fun to ride the ferry whenever!! The closest ferry ride to us is about 4 hours away in New Jersey/New York. We've talked about driving to Jersey, leaving our car and riding the ferry into the city. We definitely need to do that sometime!

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