I hope everyone had a lovely day with friends or family and lots of turkey. I arrived in Mukilteo a bit early so was able to spend about 45 minutes at the park before joining extended family at Arnie’s restaurant for our annual no-dishes-to-wash feast.
The timing was perfect because it had rained earlier, and started to rain again while we were eating, but it was relatively pleasant at the beach when I was there. Some seals were frolicking close to shore as I was parking the car, but by the time I got my bag out and the long lens on the camera they’d disappeared. Bummer! I had to console myself with taking a few dozen pics of my favorite form of public transportation. CBWC.
I took this photo at Mukilteo Lighthouse Park on Thanksgiving 2015. It was perfect timing on a perfect day. The ferry was arriving at the dock with Mt. Baker in the background.
After enjoying the park for about an hour I had dinner at Arnie’s with several family members. After dinner we spent some time visiting at my cousin’s condo she’d recently purchased in Mukilteo. Then I drove home at twilight, with the sky and mountains so breathtakingly beautiful during the blue hour.
Posted for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge with the theme of blue and white.
The topic for this week’s Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge is candid photographs. When I was at Mukilteo Lighthouse Park this last November I was struck by this boy on the beach because he looked so pensive.