By Elston Hill On Sunday morning (Oct. 15), there were no clouds in the sky. Mount Rainier beckoned from a golden sky with planes flying past. Contrails were orange. There was a crescent moon. The regional airlines took their short cuts over Burien as they are prone to do in early morning when the winds come out of the north. A kingfisher was out. Geese flew by. And the Three Tree Point blue heron hung out at his usual haunts. Click images to see larger versions/slideshow: PHOTOS: Could it be we're seeing the last of the sunshine (for a while at least)? 1 PHOTOS: Could it be we're seeing the last of the sunshine (for a while at least)? 2 PHOTOS: Could it be we're seeing the last of the sunshine (for a while at least)? 3 PHOTOS: Could it be we're seeing the last of the sunshine (for a while at least)? 4 PHOTOS: Could it be we're seeing the last of the sunshine (for a while at least)? 5 PHOTOS: Could it be we're seeing the last of the sunshine (for a while at least)? 6 PHOTOS: Could it be we're seeing the last of the sunshine (for a while at least)? 7 PHOTOS: Could it be we're seeing the last of the sunshine (for a while at least)? 8 PHOTOS: Could it be we're seeing the last of the sunshine (for a while at least)? 9 PHOTOS: Could it be we're seeing the last of the sunshine (for a while at least)? 10 PHOTOS: Could it be we're seeing the last of the sunshine (for a while at least)? 11]]>