With all the sunshine in February, you can bet the Pacific Northwest was going to strut its stuff, and strut it did!
I received two fantastic photos into my e-mail bin from last week. The first here was of a sunrise coming up behind Mt. Rainer captured by Larry Savage from Olympia on Sunday morning.
The "eruption effect" is actually the mountain casting a shadow on the sky -- you can even make out where the mountain's peaks are.
Next up is this incredible shot by Reid Wolcott of a time lapse effect of the stars rotating around the Mukilteo Lighthouse:
Reid has several other fantastic weather shots which I'm highlighting a few below: