Despite the cold of Chicago's downtown winters, traffic continues through the Windy City. With the buildings of downtown Chicago looming overhead, the lights of the cars buzz by in this example of long exposure photography.
Fisher Plaza sits at the base of Seattle's Space Needle and, facing west toward the Olympic Mountain Range, provides an amazing place to view epic sunsets!
The Pike Place Market is a must see for anyone who comes into Seattle. However, rarely is it's beauty viewed from the backside of the market. You can own a constant reminder of the scene very few seem to notice.
When much of the city was sleeping, this long exposure was capturing the beautiful contrast between an old, abandoned dock and a modern, growing cityscape.
Seattle is often known for its grey skies. However when its blue skies meet the clouds, there is a scene that is created that is simply hard to beat!
Gas Works Park is the site of the former Seattle Gas Light Company's plant. Sitting on the north shore of Lake Union, it creates the perfect blend of old and new as one of Seattle's most popular parks.
The Waterfront of Seattle is often a forgotten view of Seattle's cityscape. Home of The Great Wheel, the waterfront is a gorgeous viewpoint to observe this amazing city.
With rush hour traffic rushing by, the home of the Mariners sits in the distance at sunset.
A print of the famous Seattle skyline at sunrise. In the wee hours of the morning, while much of the city was still sleeping and the sun was just starting to make its way up from behind the mountain - I waited for the perfect shot. Now you can display it on your wall!
From this rooftop, the city seemed so calm and serene. Enjoy the scene every day with this piece of art on your wall!