Seattle Clear Sky Clock - A color-coded grid of Seattle cloud-cover forecasts (using data from Canadian weather spies).
Time-lapse photo from NASA's photo of the day page: Moonrise Over Seattle
Seamless City: A continuous shot of a 30 mile walk through San Francisco (in progress), made up of a string of overlapping panoramic photos.
The Jer Zone: "What a difference a few days makes."
Buffoonery.org: Carkeek Park at sunset.
Bufoonery.org: Myrtle Edwards Park "under today's devil-beating-his-wife skies". This shot get's the cargo ship from the far right of the last three day's Horizon shots, it has the four vertical structures on the deck.
Only a Glimpse: Seattle Cityscapes - Paintings by Michael Stasinos at the Martin-Zambito Gallery on Pike Street.
Voting for the Photobloggies will be open through February 21.
Now & Then, a column in The Seattle Times' Sunday magazine section juxtaposes a historical photo against a modern photo taken at the same location. A pretty complete index of past columns can be built with this Google search.
The webpage for the Seattle Municipal Archives has a huge collection of historical photos - mostly old records of building projects. Here are a handful that compliment the Horizon project.
tyd: "The recent rains have made snoqualmie falls rage." Shots of Snoqualmie Falls from last spring and from today.
A Horizon photo found in the wild at Playapixie. It was taken at Shilshole Bay, just out of frame, to the north/right, of my Horizon series.
The Photobloggies are accepting nominations.
In addition to a nice set of galleries of both his own photographs and those of others, Mads Pedersen provides a steady stream of links to interesting photo galleries around the web.
Shelley Higman's Seasons of the Palouse paintings.
Time - "On June 17th, every year, the family goes through a private ritual: we photograph ourselves to stop a fleeting moment, the arrow of time passing by."
Seattle's Waterfront 2002 & 1907 - "Two panoramic photographs of the waterfront of Seattle, Washington, taken from the same vantage point - 95 years apart."