12 frames: A spring-like winter day in Capitol Hill.

We have a few more weeks of winter left, but it is already starting to feel like spring in Seattle. Several days of warm, sunny weather. Lots of lounging around at the parks.

I can be a fair-weather photographer sometimes, so this stretch of nice weather has motivated me to get out for more walks this past week. It probably also helps that I am currently unemployed and need to get out of the apartment more than usual.

Here are some photos from a recent sunny stroll through Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.

A crow rests on a wire overhead.
Deadpool-themed mural on the side of a building.
Is he shielding his eyes from the sun or blocking his face from being photographed?
A group of hipsters judges a passer-by.
The Seattle Solidarity Strike marches past Cal Anderson Park.
Laying down on the field and enjoying the sun at Cal Anderson Park.
Two men climb on the Cal Anderson Park fountain while it is not running.
A woman talks on the phone while riding the street car through Capitol Hill.
A long line builds up during the lunch rush at Dick’s in Capitol Hill.
No! In the name of humanity, we refuse to accept a fascist America.
Sun burst through wispy clouds.
Olivia and her person walks along the fountain at Cal Anderson Park.

All images photographed with my Fujifilm X100T. Editing and metadata were handled with Photo Mechanic. Toning and retouching were done in Lightroom CC with The Preset Factory.

Follow me on social media: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter | Portfolio