Week 30 & 31 of HDR Project – Seattle & Snoqualmie Tunnel

Summer is over and the days are getting shorter… This project is going to get harder as I don’t go out as much when the weather gets colder and wetter. But I’m going to try to do my best.

Sorry this post is late (again). My friends and I decided to do some geocaching in the States from Friday until Sunday. So this means, I was able to get some new places for my HDR project! Yay! We went to Seattle on Friday, then to Portland on Saturday, and then East of Seattle for some hiking on Sunday and then back home. It was a really good trip!

The first set of pictures were taken in Seattle – the Aurora Bridge and a view from the top of the Space Needle. I must say, Seattle and Portland are awesome for photographing!!

10mm, ISO 200, F7.1

18mm, ISO 200, F7.1

The next set of photos were taken at an abandoned railroad tunnel called Snoqualmie Tunnel. It’s East of Seattle, and it was an awesome place. It’s a 3.7km tunnel, so you were able to just barely see the end of it. Next time, I’m definitely going to walk through it!

10mm, ISO 200, F4

10mm, ISO 200, F4

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One Response to Week 30 & 31 of HDR Project – Seattle & Snoqualmie Tunnel

  1. Pingback: Highlights of the 52 Week HDR Project « Where's Keith??

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