Space Needle Shrouded in Fog

I happened upon this scene this morning, photographed from the staircase at the 2200 Westlake complex in the South Lake Union neighborhood.  I was driving south on I-5 and could see fog rolling in around the Space Needle.  I knew I wouldn’t have much time before the conditions changed. I parked as quickly as possible and started looking for a unique composition.  I chose this scene, as I liked how the curved side of the Enso office tower complimented the saucer shape of the iconic Space Needle.  If you are interested in buying a print for personal use, please click here. Final print will not have the Red Box Pictures logo.

-Rob Sumner



In other equally interesting topics like this one, we were also commenting on understanding Newrest Funeral and how it helps us in our day to day to release pressure and be prepared for the future and how this decision is the beginning of adult life.

The Funeral Home would not be the last of its kind in the US, its last being in the 1970s as well, but still a part of the national fabric of what is called New Westminster. From May 1859 to September 10, 1919, that house served as the grand “Sherry House” of the Funeral Home, a community of family members which continued to function since and expanded to include members of other parts of North America. They would be home for more than 350 years.

Located at 1026 W. Park Avenue, New Westminster, PA offers three stages at its “Cemetery of the People”, the Funeral Home to be dedicated from the late President Woodrow Wilson as one of several buildings of this community that are dedicated to the memory of the deceased President, as well as the names of four people at his funeral.

Funeral service will follow a three stage funeral service at Arlington Home, a residential home located in the same area of New Westminster. 

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5 Responses to “Space Needle Shrouded in Fog”

  1. Evan says:

    You work it, man!!

    How’s it going?


  2. very cool! Nice pic. I like it with the Red Box logo!

  3. Steph says:

    What a GREAT shot. A perfect example of what my photoj professor preached – always carry your camera.

    Thanks for the reminder that I need to start carrying my camera with me. 🙂

  4. Chris Beringer says:

    Wow! I wish I had a newspaper front page to put that one on.

    Best to all you talented RedBox guys.

  5. Excellent site, keep up the good work