I enjoy changing up and using film as some of you know. This recent photograph of Seattle was taken from the bow of the ferry using Ektar 100 film and shooting directly into the sun hence Contre-jour.
I saw on the map a place called Point No Point which is at the northern tip of the Kitsap Peninsula, Washington. With a name like that I was curious and read that it was home to a lighthouse which was built in 1880. After a 45 minute drive from Bainbridge Island there it was.
I’m visiting my son and his family who live on Bainbridge Island, WA. This morning we both got to do something fun. He wanted to fly-fish in Puget Sound for salmon and I wanted to capture the sunrise. We’re both happy.