Today was our first day at Suntop. We left clouds and rain behind, and at a mile high, broke through the clouds to find sun and clear skies. A photographer walked up the trail to the lookout about an hour before color started showing in the sky. And it lingered on and on, well beyond last light. At 10:30, I was still walking around with my camera, looking for one last photograph.
This was the most magical sunset ever.
|The setting sun lit up clouds in the Puget Sound lowlands like waves on the ocean|
|One of the lookout's original folding chairs from the 1930s|