Dustin is a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Seattle. Originally from Oregon, he moved to Seattle in 1999 after graduating with an Atmospheric Sciences degree from the University of Arizona. Photography became a passion that naturally melded with his interests in earth and space sciences and he never looked back. He's lived in the Green Lake neighborhood with his wife and family since 2011.
Green Lake’s Pink Cashmere Sunset
Sunset at Green Lake on the day Prince died – April 21, 2016
Has Green Lake Had Its Last Freeze Of The Season?
Editor’s note: With spring upon us, we asked our expert contributors Dustin Guy, a meteorologist, and Erica Grivas, our garden writer, to weigh in on kicking off the Green Lake garden season. Today is the first of the two part series about when to start planting your garden. More specifically, has Green Lake had the last […]
Another Crazy Weather Period Produces Beautiful Scenes In Green Lake
The Olympics set alight by the morning sun above Green Lake…and a close-up of the growing shadows on the waning Moon. Photos taken March 16, 2017.
We Love Green Lake In The Springtime
Happy first day of Spring! Although this photo was taken last Spring, we are so happy to welcome this season back to Green Lake!
Green Lake’s Bench With A View
A bench with a view – a winter sunrise from Green Lake – December 2012.
Another Green Lake Sunrise
So, Green Lake… about these sun rises. Keep em coming!
January: That Was Then And This Is Now
What a difference a few days can make! After the first couple weeks of January were chilly with an average temperature near the freezing point, the third week of January in Seattle responded with an average temperature almost 12 degrees warmer…just below 44 degrees. And did it feel a little soggy? Seattle received half of […]