Al's Photography Blog

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Folly Beach, South Carolina

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Scenic Sunday - Seattle Columbia Center Skyview

The first thing we did in Seattle was to go to the Columbia Center and visit their Skyview deck. This is Seattle's tallest building, taller than the famous Space Needle, and although the view isn't 360 degrees, it's still impressive. The first picture is of the building taken from its base; you can notice a spot of vapor near the top.
These next two photos are looking towards the Space Needle.
Next up is Qwest Field.
Here's a view towards the waterfront, with the cranes that unload the large container ships.
Here's Mount Rainier, a little hazy in the distance.
This is looking towards downtown Bellevue.
This is the Smith Tower far below us. For many years, Smith Tower was the tallest building west of the Mississippi.
And finally, a view of a ferry ready to leave; this is probably the one going to Bainbridge Island, which we took the next day.
Scenic Sunday

7 comments:

  1. Thank you for this lovely tour of Seattle :)

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  2. Seattle is such a lovely city. Thank you for sharing your views! Your photos are indeed amazing.

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  3. This is an fascinating view of Seattle, a beautiful port city, taken from an interesting angle. The views are awesome.

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  4. You had quite a good view of Seattle!

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  5. Spend a lot of time in the Emerald City. Enjoyed this considerably – thank you for sharing…
    …rob
    Image & Verse

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  6. wow! Wonderful collection of some stunning scenery. :)

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