Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Wordless Wednesday - Last week's trip to Seattle!














10 comments:

Heather B said...

so jealous!! i need to go there!!

naturgesetz said...

Thanks for posting the pics. It looks like a big city. Big cities aren't my favorites, but they usually have their pleasant and interesting spots. (When A Wandering Pom was here, I was able to show him a few in Boston.)

Is that a mountain or a low-lying cloud formation in the lower right of the last picture?

Mitchell is Moving said...

Aaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhh...

Maggie said...

beautiful photos!! i hope you had an amazing time! :}

bK said...

Wow, those are stunning pictures! I used to live in Vancouver, just a bit north of Seattle, and I can totally recall similar nautical scenes.

Dean Grey said...

Heather!

Yes, you must go!

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naturgesetz!

Seattle is actually a smaller city at least compared to Chicago. That's one of the things I LOVED about it.

It was a like a more compact version of the Windy City. Very walkable and everything was close to everything else.

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Mitchell is Moving!

You took the words right out of my mouth, Mitch!

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Maggie!

I did. Very much so.

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bK!

I heard Vancouver is beautiful too. I'll have to check it out sometime, Brody!

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Everyone's feedback on these photos is greatly appreciated!

-Dean

stanw said...

Great pictures. Really like the creative picture of the space needle (isn't that what they call it?) and the waterfront, neat perspectives on the city.

Dean Grey said...

Stan!

Yes, that's the Space Needle in the second picture with the Monorail tracks in front of it.

I shot it from a little less than a mile away. I wanted a unique view that tourists weren't seeing.

-Dean

Dean Scott said...

I think I have a photo from the oposite side of the pier in your first photo. I love Seattle - not sure if I will end up there or across the bay since my son lives in Bremerton.

Dean Grey said...

Dean!

Seattle RULES!!

I hope you find yourself back there one day.

-Dean