Beautiful Port Townsend

Camera: Canon 6D & 70-200mm f/4 IS @ 200mm ~ Settings: f/18 – 1/200th – ISO 320

I shot this one from the ferry while pulling into Port Townsend, Washington. I am a big fan of old buildings and houses and Port Townsend has an abundance of both. The architecture alone is enough for me to fall in love with the place, but just about everything else there did it for me too :). Visit Port Townsend!

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Exploring Port Townsend

One night while I was in Port Townsend WA this summer, I went out to get some night shots. This was one of the first pictures I took because the window you look through in this picture is my hotel’s lobby. I was staying at the Palace Hotel and the street you’re looking down here is Tyler Street I believe. Anyhow, I thought the sign in the shot might make for a good picture, since it says Port Townsend and all :).

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A Port Townsend Sunset

If you have never been to Port Townsend, Washington you should start planning your trip as soon as possible. Port Townsend is a wonderful little town and lives up to the hype that anyone who has been there can give it. I shot this photo right after I enjoyed a wonderful dinner a restaurant right behind where I took this picture from. It is rather easy to take a good picture in Port Townsend, because the whole town is beautiful.

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Seattle Aquarium

I bumped into this photo in my files the other day and realized I never posted it here! So I thought why not put it up now :). It’s kind of a random picture, but I like it some how (probably because the building says “Seattle” on it and LOVE Seattle haha).

Seattle Aquarium Washington State Pacific Ocean Dock Warf - Rob Moses Photography - Photographer Native American Tlingit Vancouver CalgaryCamera: Canon 5D & 24-70L @70mm ~ Settings: f/8 – 1/100th – ISO 500

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