There's sort of an unwritten rule in Landscape Photography, you head out day after day and due to unforeseen circumstances, you come home empty. And that's sort of the charm with Landscape Photography. But these two shot of the Deception Pass Bridge were one of my rare exceptions. See, the sun only sets below the bridge for a few days during the Spring and Fall Equinox. And spring and fall in the San Juan Islands can be, usually are, iffy. But I planned this trip for a certain day, caught the Washington State Ferries from Lopez Island to Anacortes, set up at my pre-planned spot in Deception Pass State Park and waited for the perfect moment. Snagged my photographs and rushed back to Anacortes to catch the last ferry home to Lopez Island. Dang, being a Landscape Photographer should always be this easy.