Every fall and winter when the fog rolls into Seattle I watch every webcam to make sure I don’t miss when the fog hits the right spot. 2018 was no different and I woke up before sunrise for nearly 7 days straight to make sure I didn’t miss anything. I ventured to Kerry Park, West Seattle and Capitol Hill to try and find that perfect vantage point. I think my favorite shot of this fall Pacific Northwest fog season was the singular Space Needle shot with the Olympics in the background. Hoping we will get some more foggy sunrises and sunsets before the year ends. Some of these photos edited into to timelapses-videos will debut in an upcoming documentary about the Space Needle as well. A few of my favorite photos below.
About the Author: Matt
Matt McDonald is a photographer and new media entrepreneur based in Seattle, Washington. He has a passion for action, portrait, landscape, macro photography and film. Matt is also a professional web developer and IT Tech. His life revolves around his dog, family, friends, skateboarding, surfing and photography.