That’s from our favorite low-tide-viewing spot, Seacrest Pier, where the receding water reveals the colonies on the pilings. Hazy sunshine and lots of tidewalkers all along West Seattle’s saltwater shore as the tide bottomed out just before noon. Here’s a wider shot with perspective on how far down the water level fell (the round item near the top of the photo, by the way, is one of the gourds placed out for purple martin nesting):
ADDED 4:29 PM: Our video from the same spot:
We’ve also received some photos that we’ll be adding later – thanks!!!!