A study of yellow.

Pier 62/63 Park along Downtown Seattle waterfront.

Downtown Seattle waterfront.

Downtown Seattle waterfront.

Study of perspectives—Seattle is always slanted at an angle, even when using a street lamp or building to line up the photo. Blame the hills.

Downtown Seattle as seen from the waterfront.

Sorry for the bout of silence—I sprained my foot after having too many liters of beer for Schultzy’s Oktoberfest card two Fridays ago. A swollen foot makes taking street photos very hard.

Pier 62/63 Park along Downtown Seattle waterfront.

Ghost Bike in memory of Robert Townsend off Campus Parkway and University Way.

University District, Seattle

Magnuson Park used to be a naval base in North Seattle, but was turned into a park when the base was decommissioned. It’s a huuuuge park with lots of old hangars and navy-ish things still scattered about. The city has been slowly demolishing and renovating the park over the years, and I think all of the subjects in these pictures are no longer around. 

Manguson Park, Seattle

I couldn’t resist taking a ton of detail shots of the gum wall under Pike Place Market. The longer you stare, the more you’ll find patterns and initials that people have taken the time to painstakingly create.

Pike Place Market, Downtown, Seattle

The “gum wall” near the south end of Post Alley and under Pike Place Market.

Pike Place Market, Downtown, Seattle