I have walked the Seawall with a view of downtown Vancouver since 1984 and I am always enjoying the view, whether it is sunrise or sunset. Continuing the walk another few steps you have another great view, but completely different.
It was quite at the Seawall this morning. The fog came and disapeared and that became quite interesting before the sunrise had even started, but as the light became stronger so did the various color schemes. This is from the RVYC's marina with the downntown in the background. However, as the sun light became stronger and with the fog moving, it looked like bnig fires downtown with the smoke rising, but that was all caused by the fog.
There are a number of different shapes and formats, well laid out in large rooms with good lightning. This part od the exhibition is in a large room, probably 40 feet by 60 feet The adjacaent garden has some very interesting glass items, taht fit so well in with live vegitation The exhibition is located next to the Space Needle
The fog was very heavy as we drove into downtown Seattle yesterday morning. This shot is from the Pike Market and the fog had started to lift and one can see Terminal 18 in the background On the way back to the hotel the fog had gone, but had left a mushrroom cloud over Mt. Rainer