Seattle’s “Fog Affair”, The Sequel

Space Needle Enigma
Space Needle Enigma

In January and February 2013, Seattle experienced some major low-lying fog for several consecutive days.

When the fog descended upon Seattle, it literally transformed the city into something rather exotic and, to some extent, alien. Needless to say, it was quite exciting for TIA to capture several scenes around Seattle with this new, obscure ambiance hovering above the city! Seattle typically does not have thick, mystifying fog lingering around for several days. As a result, these everyday scenes one would be accustomed to observe on a clear day or vivid night are somewhat of an unusual anomaly in the dense fog.

It would appear that Seattle has been seduced by the fog once again in September and October.  Ever since summer concluded, the city has been constantly engulfed in enigmatic fog!

Please enjoy this special gallery of images featuring the sequel of Seattle’s riveting “Fog Affair”, as TIA has officially coined it! All the images featured in this article were taken on the evening of October 23, 2013.

Seattle Skyline from Ella Bailey Park in Magnolia
Seattle Skyline from Ella Bailey Park in Magnolia
Seattle Skyline Fog Bifurcation
Seattle Skyline Fog Bifurcation
Queen Anne Hill & Interbay @ Sunset
Queen Anne Hill & Interbay @ Sunset
Thought not obvious from this image, the Columbia Center, the former Washington Mutual Center (pyramid top), and the Municipal Tower (left) are three of Seattle’s tallest buildings!
Though not obvious from this image, the Columbia Center, the former Washington Mutual Center (pyramid top), and the Municipal Tower (left) are three of Seattle’s tallest buildings!
Seattle Skyline & Smith Cove Waterway - see next picture for perspective
Seattle Skyline & Smith Cove Waterway – see next picture for perspective
Seattle Skyline & Smith Cove Waterway on a clear night!
Seattle Skyline & Smith Cove Waterway on a clear night!
Space Needle & Smith Cove Waterway
Space Needle & Smith Cove Waterway
Blue Fog Fantasia
Blue Fog Fantasia

For more exclusive images of Seattle’s “Fog Affair”, please click here!

5 thoughts on “Seattle’s “Fog Affair”, The Sequel

    1. Thanks, Carl! Incredibly fun night — especially for photographers — without a doubt! One of my friends, who didn’t know I was already on the scene, had called to tell me I had to take advantage of the fog’s infiltration of the city with my camera. I truly appreciated that call because it shows that my friends know what I love to capture. It was an extraordinary evening!

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