Train tracks and bright lights, Needles and Globes--this looks like the backside of Seattle; a view that probably only the local residents see from the West Thomas Street pedestrian and bicycle overpass. I do wish those super bright lights down there on the right were not there or at least not so powerful.
This is a 30 second exposure at f/14 so some clouds do look like they are stretched out. I do like the colors of the lights across the tracks, and I also like the look of bright, white, industrial lights shining through windows.
The public fishing pier at Elliott Bay Park stands out from the darkness and encroaching fog with its solitary street lamp looking like a starburst. In the distance the fog is made visible by the lights, but to the left the darkness quickly takes over.