Rest areas along America’s highways can be lonely and potentially dangerous places.
At one point, a big Manta Ray swung up from the ocean bottom and came directly toward us, with its gaping mouth open, and circled within perhaps a foot of us–not touching any of us. It was a thrill beyond belief for this landlubber from the great Midwest.
Views of Seattle from Elliot Bay at night.
Vivid lights along the road, photographed during a torrential Washington rainstorm.