West Seattle scenes: First real sunset of Daylight Saving Time ’14

March 10, 2014 at 10:05 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle weather | 1 Comment

Since the first sunset of Daylight Saving Time 2014 last night was out of sight behind thick clouds, tonight was the first REAL sunset since we set the clocks ahead for the spring and summer. And we have two beautiful views – from James Bratsanos, above, and Will Pro, below:

P.S. Check the sunset time – or sunrise, or moonrise, or moonset, or high/low tides, among other things – any time, via the WSB West Seattle Weather page.

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  1. Will, that picture is beautiful. Love the colors and composition both. With the Seattle skyline defined by and sitting on top of the two barges is great. I also like how the clouds look almost painted into the picture from pure white to nearly full black. Gorgeous.

    Comment by Jordan — 6:41 am March 11, 2014 #

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