Once arriving, I jumped out of my car and sprinted to the spot I know very well after many previous attempts photographing from there. The sunset color had mostly faded, but there was still an intense glow on the horizon. The blanket of fog that was fully covering the Puget Sound was slowly creeping over the city. If you look closely at the left side of the frame, you can see that only the tops of the container cranes at the Port of Seattle are sticking out of the thin, low-lying fog.
I was fortunate in that such an incredible sunset occurred on a holiday, as it created a rather unusual mood. Few cars were on the road and only a small number of floors were lit in the downtown skyscrapers. While everyone was at home eating dinner with their families, I felt like I was photographing a ghost town.
I hope this is one you all can enjoy. And for all those wondering, I made it back about 2 hours later and had dinner with my family. I'll call Thanksgiving 2013 a success.