Yesterday, I picked up a part for my niece’s car. A simple spring used to tighten the timing belt tensioner. Before leaving, I loaded up my gear just in case I saw something I wanted to shoot.
As is usually the case, when you don’t have your gear, something spectacular happens right in front of you. I’ve always hated when that happens. So gear goes in the car first, then laptop, then me.
I headed through Everett and as I was driving down Marine View Drive, looked at the marina and said to my self: ” I need to go shoot that someday.”
It was about 4 when I picked up the parts and headed back through Everett. I took a slight detour to the Everett Marina. The water on the east side was smooth as glass so I decided to shoot a few photos. As I was shooting, I could tell the sunset would be spectacular.
So a quandary reared it’s ugly head: I have to fix my niece’s car, but I wanted to stay and shoot sunset.
The answer was simple indeed: Too hell with the car, stay and have fun shooting. Sorry Ashley, your car will have to wait another day.
Sunset was still an hour a half away. So I walked around the docks and shot. And the result is what you see here: a fun 3 hours of shooting.
Enjoy the images as I get greasy fixing Ashley’s car.
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