I’ve got the travel bug and find myself thinking about where I’ve been and where I want to go. Looking back at where I’ve been, here are a few more images from my trip to Seattle last November. No tourist in their right mind would visit Seattle in November because it’s typically miserable with storms which dump moisture by the foot. But there’s always great places to shoot even in the worse weather. A must see building is the Experience Music Project, designed by the famous architect Frank O. Gehry. Pike Place Market is interesting both outside and inside. The Seattle Public Library in downtown Seattle has open spaces and nooks and crannies which are fun to explore with your camera. If you don’t have time to go to the old growth forests on the Olympic Penninsula, drive 30 miles east of Seattle to North Bend which gets 60-70 inches of rain per year, and visit the beautiful Cedar River Education Center. There are plenty of short day hikes around North Bend (Rattlesnake Ledge and Twin Falls for example) to find mossy trees and lush ferns.