West Seattle weekend scene: Alki Point Lighthouse at sunset

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Thanks to Dustin T. Smith for sharing his sunset view of the Olympic Mountains and the centennial-celebrating Alki Point Lighthouse. (If you’re interested in the technical points of the image, Dustin posted notes on the photo page he shared via the WSB Flickr group.) Looks like more sunset views ahead this week, with a rainless forecast stretching days ahead.

8 Replies to "West Seattle weekend scene: Alki Point Lighthouse at sunset"

  • Biancat October 14, 2013 (6:12 am)

    Another beauty shot :) Gorge!

  • Lissa Stephens October 14, 2013 (7:11 am)

    Great photo Dustin!

  • miws October 14, 2013 (7:53 am)

    Love the sunburst!

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    Mike

  • Dustin T Smith October 14, 2013 (8:12 am)

    Thank you for the kind words and thank you to the West Seattle Blog for supporting local photographers. Such a fantastic community!

  • mz October 14, 2013 (9:06 am)

    Dustin, where did you take the picture? Each time I try to take a picture the lighthouse is closed off with fences. Great picture, btw.

  • Dustin T Smith October 14, 2013 (12:49 pm)

    Thanks mz. Getting to the right location is tricky. You have to wait for a low tide and then access the beach from south of the lighthouse and then walk north along the beach until you round the point. I was able to take this shot from the north edge of the lighthouse property, on the beach side.

  • 4th of Eight October 14, 2013 (7:26 pm)

    STUN-NING!!! Where can we buy prints from you??!

  • 4th of Eight October 14, 2013 (7:39 pm)

    Mr. Smith, I just went to to your photo stream on Flickr… WOW! You are SO dang gifted and amazing! I’ve never seen work like yours. The City of Seattle or the Tourist/Business Association should hire you as their official photographer, or at least the ‘poet laureate’ equivelant. Amazing and deliciously colorful. (But look what grand material you get to work with, we are so blessed here!)

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