Deception Pass Sunset

David Williams Photography Boat Sunset

f/8 | 7 bracket HDR | iso 50 | Canon 2x Extender III | Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L IS USM II @ 192mm

And here’s one of the sunset images I was talking about yesterday. Twice a year the sun sets behind the bridge at Deception Pass, can’t wait until September when it’s suppose to do it again! 🙂 I’ll post another tomorrow for Wordless Wednesday…


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17 thoughts on “Deception Pass Sunset

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  2. Wow! Did you use any filters or was this what you saw with your eyes? I still didn’t get an answer to my question. Who named it Deception Pass and why?

    • Hi dad, no filters used. Very rarely do I use filters, I’ll use what’s called an ND filter (Neutral Density) which “makes the lens darker” allowing longer exposure time. I did adjust the saturation a tad to bring out the colours but really, it was truly an awesome sunset that night! Captain Vancouver named it because at first, they thought Whidbey Island was a peninsula. I learned that from signs around Deception Pass (we go hiking there a lot in the summer)! 🙂

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