I just returned from the 2015 nXnw Expedition, in which a group my photographer friends from all over the country get together in a gorgeous location and shoot photographs non-stop for 4-5 days, in between very little sleep, lots of coffer, and the occasional beer. It’s called nXnw no matter where it is — in honor of the first one held oin Oregon — but this year the designation fit again as we gathered in the Palouse region of Eastern Washington. For most of the gang, the trip began by flying into Seattle before we drove across the state the next day. We spent an afternoon and evening shooting the city, and our first stop was Kerry Park which has the brilliant view of the Seattle Skyline and Elliott Bay. If you lived in Seattle and liked to take photographs, this is the sort of location you would rush to every evening whenever it looked as if there might be a beautiful sunset.
While some of the most exciting photo opportunities came towards the end of our trip, I am trying to maintain my discipline of starting my trip reports by presenting one photo frome ach day of the trip in order.