West Seattle scenes: The summer that keeps on showing off

August 22, 2013 at 8:59 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle weather | 1 Comment

What seems like the endless summer just keeps putting on amazing shows like this, even with the fall equinox now exactly one month away. Thanks to everyone sharing photos – we start with three and expect to add more – above, by Michael Copeland, shows the later stage as the sky glowed pink; next, the orange heart of the sunset, from BCH in Fauntleroy:

And early on, Chas Redmond sent this photo from Alki Point:

ADDED: Even more photos – like this one from Tom, taken on Beach Drive:

***Other views ahead!***

That’s from Johnny, on Alki. The sunset was even gorgeous in black and white, as Will’s photo shows:

Back to the blazing color – as shown here by Annika:

John‘s view over rooftops includes a passing commercial ship:

And from Dana, at Lincoln Park:

See more views via the WSB Facebook page (be sure to check the “posts by others” corner). And thanks to everyone who shared their view!

1 Comment

  1. These are gorgeous! Thanks photogs!

    Comment by Mary Ellen O'Connor — 10:55 am August 25, 2013 #

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