I moved to Seattle last year in April when summer had just started. Back then I didn’t really appreciate the summer as much as I do now that its winter. People did warn me and told me to enjoy as much as I can until the city is back to its default gloomy weather. As time went by, winter was here and so was the gloom and rain. Something that stood out was the sunset. Sunset in Seattle just kept getting better with time.
The first time I actually noticed it was on one fine day when I was hungover and needed some coffee. So I stepped out of the apartment at around 5:00PM and voila!!
Pier 66 rooftop park is my most favorite place to watch the sunset. My friend managed to get some really amazing pictures of many colors of sunset in Seattle. Hope you enjoy them!
Sunset at Rosario Head/ Deception Pass Park is another favorite pick to catch a quiet sunset. Located on Whidbey Island this spot is about an hour and a half away from downtown Seattle. You cross Deception Pass State Park on your way to get here. If not sunset, a beautiful drive is definitely a reason enough to visit this place. We got here around 4:00PM and walked a little ahead near Rosario Head from where you get the uninterrupted view of the sunset.