Skyline - Space Needle and Mt Rainier from Queen Anne Hill
Skyline View from West Seattle Viewpoint Park
I5 Night Skyline from Beacon Hill
University of Washington Rowing on Lake Washington
U. of Wash Husky Stadium
It'a a Home Run! Mariner's fireworks in Seattle's KingDome.
520 Evergreen "Floating Point" (get it?) Bridge. Olympics and UW in background.
Washington State Ferry on the Puget Sound. We've got more ferries than anyplace else in the US.
Another Skyline shot from West Seattle
Puget Sound Sunset
I5 over the ship canal, near U. Wash
Original shot from Beacon Hill, up the hill from the Rainier Beer sign. If this angle shows up on a calendar next year, we were the first ones to get this shot!
Pacific Science Center fountain at night, site of 1962 World's fair science pavillion.
Skyline from Waterfront Park. Unlike San Francisco, we kept our unsafe and ugly 2 level roadway, it's a nice drive on the top though.
Wetlands near U. Wash Aboretum
Fall at the U Wash Aboretum.
Skyline - Ferry Boat leaves for Elliot Bay
Keep Clam! Ivar Feeding the Seagulls. This local guy features TV commercials with clams on unicycles, and pays for the waterfront fireworks.
Old and New: Smith Tower, once the tallest building in the west and still a tourist draw, the Columbia tower, now the tallest in Seattle.
I5 Skyline at sunset
The Monorail and Space Needle. The only full-sized monorail that actually functions as useful (well sort of) transportation in the US.
The Hammering Man at the new Seattle Art Museum. He's across the street from the Lusty Lady, another artistic attraction on the internet.
The Pacific Science Center Arches at night (actually this shot
is from the 70s)
Space Needle and Moon
Occidental Square in Pioneer Square at night
Houseboats in the Lake Washington Ship Canal near the U of Wash
Pike Place Market. The Flying Fish place made famous by
the Spike Lee commercial is under the sign.
Space Needle from Kerry Park
The International District: Chinatown and more. Up the hill, it's little Saigon
Yes it gets cold here once in a while, the fountains at the Pacific Science Center
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