Local NewsPhoto & Video Autumn Fauntleroy ferry sunset Originally published October 3, 2018 at 2:54 pmUpdated October 3, 2018 at 4:00 pm Fred Dobbins, a Fauntleroy dock attendant, directs traffic onto the ferry at sunset on Tuesday. “They are usually spectacular,” Dobbins says of sunsets at the Fauntleroy terminal. “It lights up the whole sky, the mountains.” In his 13 years as an employee, Dobbins says he has never taken a picture of a sunset. He likes to enjoy it, he says, and focus on work. (Erika Schultz / The Seattle Times) Share story By Erika Schultz Seattle Times staff photographer Rain clouds have returned to the Seattle area, but meteorologists are anticipating below-average rainfall for the next three months. Related Stories President Trump signs bill permanently funding Land and Water Conservation Fund August 4, 2020 Astronauts: SpaceX Dragon capsule ‘came alive’ on descent August 4, 2020 Late lawmaker’s name to remain on Alaska primary ballot August 4, 2020 Feds open Rapid City office for missing Indigenous cases August 4, 2020 More Photo Galleries Photos: Black Lives Matter mural takes shape in West Seattle Photos: Woodland Park Zoo reopens at 25% capacity Photos: Scenes from CHOP, Tuesday, June 30 Erika Schultz: email@example.com.