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I have produced videos about the attractions I have been featuring at Dazzling Places.com.  It is a lot of fun to create them and to post them to our YouTube Channel. The videos combine our best photos of an attraction with written commentary and peaceful music.  Check out our videos.  I am continually adding to our selection.

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CASTLES IN SEATTLE: THE ANHALT APARTMENTS ON CAPITOL HILL

 

These architectural jewels are sprinkled around Capitol Hill.

 


 

THE HISTORIC ARCTIC CLUB HOTEL

 

ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

 

I have three videos featuring the Hotel.

Video 1:  The Arctic Club Hotel's Walruses    

The beloved terra-cotta walruses on the Arctic Club Hotel's exterior are one of the most charming sights in downtown Seattle.

 

Video 2: The Art Deco Polar Bar in the Arctic Club Hotel

This is one of the most glamorous bars in the city.  It looks like a scene out of a 1930 movie.

 

Video 3: The Northern Lights Dome Room in the Arctic Club Hotel

This spectacular room features a stained glass ceiling made by Tiffany.

 


 

BALLARD LOCKS

 

ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

Video 1: Exploring the Campus of the Locks

 

Video 2:  The Carl S. English Jr. Botanical Gardens at the Ballard Locks

 

Seven acres of colorful English style gardens that enhance the Ballard Locks campus.


 

BELLEVUE BOTANICAL GARDEN

Video 1:  A Summer Visit

 

 

One of the Seattle area’s best gardens and one of its top beauty spots is the Bellevue Botanical Garden.  This 53-acre garden has formal gardens as well as walks through woods.


This is a great place for viewing outstanding landscaping, photography, painting, strolling, and meditating.  

 

Video 2: the Lovely Perennial Border

 

 

One top attraction in the Garden is the Perennial Border.  This area was replanted several years ago and it has filled in nicely.  The Perennial Border is maybe 200 feet long and it cascades down a small hillside.  The area is filled with lovely colors, shapes, and textures of a wide assortment of perennials and small trees.


The Perennial Border is attractive most of the year but summer is a great time to come enjoy the visual delights in this outstanding garden area.

 

Video 3: Fall at the Bellevue Gardens

 

Fall colors at the Bellevue Gardens are magical.


 

BHY KRACKE PARK VIEWS

 

 

This park on Queen Anne Hill is one of Seattle's hidden gems. It features outstanding views.

 

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STROLLING AROUND CAPITOL HILL

 

Video 1: Early Spring on Capitol Hill

 

Capitol Hill's beautiful parks and old neighborhoods sparkle with the bright colors of early spring.

 

Video 2: Late Spring on Capitol Hill

 

Volunteer Park and the streets on the top of Capitol Hill are dappled with the vivid colors of the May foliage on this walk.


 

THE CENTER FOR WOODEN BOATS

ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

 

The Center for Wooden Boats Museum on South Lake Union is a colorful place to explore.  Its collection of beautiful historic vessels is a photographer's dream.

Video 1:  A Tour of the Boats

 

Video 2: The Buildings and the Dock

 


 

THE CHAPEL OF ST. IGNATIUS ON THE SEATTLE UNIVERSITY CAMPUS

ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

 

The ethereal Chapel of St. Ignatius is one of Seattle's architectural and spiritual highlights.  It attracts over 40,000 visitors annually. 

 


 

CHIHULY GARDEN AND GLASS

 

ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

This permanent installation of Dale Chihuly's dramatic glass art and a striking outdoor garden is a treat for art buffs and garden lovers.  The garden section constantly changes with the different seasons.  The installation is adjacent to the Space Needle.

Video 1:  An April Visit

 

Video 2: A May Visit

 

Video 3: A June Visit

 

Video 4: An August Visit

 


 

A WINTER HIKE IN DISCOVERY PARK

 

ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

 

 

This 534 acre park is the largest of Seattle's parks.  It features 12 miles of hiking. 

 

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EXPERIENCE MUSIC PROJECT

ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

 

The most unusual building in Seattle and one of the most interesting structures anywhere is the EMP building. The EMP building’s architect was Frank Gehry, the famous celebrity designer of ultramodern buildings such as the Guggenheim Museum in Spain and the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles 

The exterior of the building is amazing and it is a target rich subject for a photographer.  I have two videos featuring the building's exterior.  The second video has images of the gold colored shingles on the Broad Street side of the building.  

Video 1:  The Exterior of the Experience Music Project Building

 

Video 2: The Gold-Colored Shingles on the Experience Music Project Building

 

Video 3: Sky Church

Sky Church is the throbbing and visual heart of the EMP.  This is a concert venue that has the world’s largest LED screen (60 by 33 feet) in a dazzling room with 70 foot tall ceilings.  The room can hold up to 800 guests.

 

Video 4:  The "If VI Was IX: Roots and Branches" Sculpture

If VI Was IX:  Roots and Branches is a signature art installation at the Experience Music Project Museum.  Composed of over 700 guitars, banjos, drums, keyboards, trumpets, and other musical instruments, it dominates the viewer’s attention as it sweeps up like a 35 foot tall cyclone to the roof of the building.

 


 

GAS WORKS PARK

ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

 

One of Seattle’s most spectacular settings is Gas Works Park.  I have this park rated as one of Seattle’s top parks and it has some of the best vistas in Seattle. 

 

Video 1:  Overview of the Park

My first video features the overall park showing its great views and images of Park visitors enjoying themselves at this dramatic playground. 

 

Video 2: The Childrens' Play Area

The second video focuses on the colorful machinery in the children’s play area.  The brightly painted old machines are a photographer’s paradise.

 

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THE KING COUNTY WATER TAXI'S SPECTACULAR SCENERY

ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

 

One fun way to enjoy Seattle's great views from Puget Sound is to take the round trip on the King County Water Taxi from the Seattle waterfront to West Seattle.  On a pretty day, you get spectacular views of Seattle's full skyline, the seaport operations, Mt. Rainier, and the Olympics. 

 


 

THE RESTORED KING STREET STATION

 

Seattle’s King Street Station was reopened in April, 2013 after a massive, five year restoration project. King Street Station is one of Seattle’s must see architectural highlights.  History buffs and architecture fans will be delighted to admire the building’s exterior and its charming interior.  A visit to this station and the adjacent Union Station will certainly revive images of the glory days of passenger rail service. 

 


 

KUBOTA GARDEN IN EARLY SPRING

ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

 

This splendid 20 acre garden is part of the great City of Seattle Parks system.  Kubota Garden is a landscaping masterpiece and it is one of the largest Japanese-style gardens in the country.  As you stroll around the campus, the beauty and serenity of this magnificent place surround you.

 


 

LAKE UNION PARK

ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

 

A stroll around Lake Union Park offers views of the architecture of the Museum of History and Industry, the Carroll Jewelers Street Clock, the beautiful boats in the Historic Ships Collection, as well as the delightful scenery at the Center for Wooden Boats Museum.  You also enjoy views of Queen Anne Hill, the Seattle skyline, Capitol Hill, and the boating and seaplane activity on Lake Union.

 

Video 1: A Summertime Visit to Lake Union Park

 

Video 2:  A Wintertime Visit to Lake Union Park

 

 

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A SPRING DRIVE AROUND LAKE WASHINGTON

Spring around the west side of Lake Washington is a visual treat with all of the spring foliage emerging on the trees and plants.  I made these images early one morning to feature the soft pastel light after daybreak.

 


 

SEATTLE'S MUSEUM OF FLIGHT

 

Museum of Flight

 

THE MUSEUM OF FLIGHT IS ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

The Museum of Flight is one of Seattle's great attractions.  This museum is an impressive display of aviation history from the Wright brothers Flyer to our most advanced spacecraft.  The Museum features over 150 planes and other aircraft. It has a lovely campus, graceful architecture, and well-designed displays to interest and educate its guests.  Over 400,000 guests including 120,000 students visit the museum annually. This is a really large museum that can easily take four or more hours to explore. 

I have four videos featuring the Museum of Flight:

Video One:  The Magnificent SR-71 Blackbird Spy Plane

Video Two:  the World War One Aircraft

Video Three: The Great Gallery

Video Four: The Space Shuttle Trainer

 

Video :The Magnificent SR-71 Blackbird Spy Plane

 

 

Every museum has its top attractions and one of my favorites is the SR-71 Blackbird. This plane is beautiful and is the epitome of streamline. This plane first flew in 1966 and its design remains futuristic after almost five decades. This is the fastest manned airplane ever flown and it could reach speeds of 2,200 mph and cruise at an altitude of 16 miles.

 

Video :The World War 1 Airplanes

 

This video features the exciting exhibition of World War 1 aircraft in the Personal Courage Wing at the Museum of Flight. The exhibition features several rare and famous planes from the first years of war in the skies. You will see the first combat airplane, the triplane flown by the Red Baron, and more of the earliest training, reconnaisance and fighter planes in this massive conflict.

 

Video :The Spectacular Great Gallery

 

One of the Museum's most exciting spaces is the glass-enclosed Great Gallery. The giant space is a showcase of aviation history and is a visual feast of historical aircraft.

 

Video :The Space Shuttle Trainer

One of the major highlights at Seattle’s outstanding Museum of Flight is the Space Shuttle Trainer (“SST”).  Seattle was not awarded one of the four remaining shuttles after NASA retired them and the Space Shuttle program but it did receive the SST.  The SST was built to train all of the astronauts that would fly on the Shuttle.  The SST is a full scale mockup of the Shuttle without the wings.  The great feature of the SST is that visitors can walk through it.

 

 


 

THE MUSEUM OF HISTORY AND INDUSTRY

ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

 

The Museum of History and Industry moved into its new home on Lake Union in 2012.  This is a must see attraction for Seattleites and visitors.  The move into the sparkling, renovated, and historic Naval Armory building in Lake Union Park opened a bold new chapter for the Museum.  The Grand Atrium is a delightful architectural attraction and it is filled with attractive historic objects and exciting exhibits from Seattle’s past. 

 

Video 1:  Exterior Views of the Museum and Lake Union Park

 

Video 2: The Faye G. Allen Grand Atrium

The magnificent Faye G. Allen Grand Atrium is the centerpiece for the Museum.  The four story tall space is bright, colorful, and iits filled with museum artifacts, art, exhibits, the gift shop, and the information desk. 

The Grand Atrium is one of the most spectacular venues in the Seattle area. 

 

Video 3:  The Colorful Exhibits in the Museum of History and Industry

The Grand Atrium is filled with a magnificent display of some of Seattle’s most notable artifacts.  Greeting you next to the entrance is the unmistakable bright pink Lincoln’s Towing Toe Truck.  As you stroll around the Museum, your will notice several historical showpieces:

 

Video 4:  The Splendid Carrolls Jewelers Street Clock at the Museum of History and Industry

Sited on the northwest corner of the Museum’s site, this notable artifact is one of the most beautiful of the historic street clocks in the Seattle area. Built in 1913, this large clock is 20 feet tall, sports four 36 inch clock faces, and weighs an estimated two tons. The detail on this clock is splendid. You can see the clock works through glass panels. 

 


 

THE SPACE SHUTTLE TRAINER EXHIBIT AT SEATTLE'S MUSEUM OF FLIGHT

 

THE MUSEUM OF FLIGHT IS ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

 

One of the major highlights at Seattle’s outstanding Museum of Flight is the Space Shuttle Trainer (“SST”).  Seattle was not awarded one of the four remaining shuttles after NASA retired them and the Space Shuttle program but it did receive the SST.  The SST was built to train all of the astronauts that would fly on the Shuttle.  The SST is a full scale mockup of the Shuttle without the wings.  The great feature of the SST is that visitors can walk through it.

 


 

A SUMMER STROLL IN MYRTLE EDWARDS PARK

 

A really scenic place to explore in Seattle is Myrtle Edwards Park.  This park meanders along the Elliott Bay waterfront and offers a lovely place to run, walk, bike, or skate.  On a sunny day, Myrtle Edwards Park offers sweeping views of Elliott Bay, the Olympic Mountains, the iconic PI Globe, beaches, wildlife, as well as the art and landscaping in the Olympic Sculpture Park.

 

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A SPRING VISIT TO THE OLYMPIC SCULPTURE PARK

ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

 

I grabbed my camera, tripod, and donned my walking shoes to visit one of my favorite places in Seattle, the delightful Olympic Sculpture Park.  The vibrant colors of the new foliage on trees and plants added sparkle to this beautiful place.

Join me for a photo shoot around the park to savor its visual feast of architecture, gardens, art, and the dramatic scenery of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains.

 


 

A SCENIC WALK IN MYRTLE EDWARDS PARK AND THE OLYMPIC SCULPTURE PARK

 

This video covers a summertime walk from the West Thomas Street Pedestrian and Bicycle Overpass through Myrtle Edwards Park and ending up in the Olympic Sculpture Park.  The scenery on this walk is some of the best in the Seattle area. 

 

 


 

ST. JAMES CATHEDRAL

 

The 106 year old St. James Cathedral is a visual and spiritual treat on First Hill. The Cathedral has a number of lovely exterior and interior features.  The beautiful interior features arched ceilings, two pipe organ installations, gorgeous stained glass, lovely wood sculptures, and a number of other distinctive details.  Exterior highlights include the twin 170-feet high towers and the splendid bronze doors on the front of the Cathedral.

Video 1:  Highlights of St. James Cathedral

 

Video 2: The Ceremonial Bronze Doors at St. James Cathedral

 


 

ST. JOSEPH CATHOLIC CHURCH

One of Seattle's architectural treasures is St. Joseph Catholic Church on Capitol Hill.  This structure on 18th Avenue was built in 1932.  The white Art Deco building glistens majestically in a lovely Capitol Hill neighborhood.

 

Video 1: The Architectural Highlights of St. Joseph Catholic Church

 

 

Video 2: The Splendid Stained Glass

 

 

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SEATTLE'S BEST VIEWPOINTS

 

We all have our favorite viewpoints in Seattle. I have taken my favorites and produced two videos featuring my photos from those viewpoints. I could have added many more but I narrowed the list down to twelve places that have outstanding views of the Seattle area. Each video features six of the viewpoints.

Video 1

This video features the Louisa Boren Park Overview, the Volunteer Park Water Tower, the Seattle Harbor Cruise, Smith Tower, and the Space Needle.

 

Video 2

This video features the Betty Bowen Overview, Bhy Kracke Park, Kerry Park, Gas Works Park, and the West Seattle coastline.

 


 

SEATTLE CENTER IN EARLY SPRING

 

SEATTLE CENTER IS HOME TO FOUR OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

 

Seattle Center is home to four of the 30 best Seattle attractions including the Space Needle, Chihuly Garden and Glass, the Experience Music Project Museum, and the Seattle Center Monorail

The Seattle Center campus offers distinctive architecture, public art installations, excellent landscaping, three museums, places to play, and eating places.

I took a long stroll on the campus in early April and enjoyed seeing the early spring flowering plants and trees in bloom that are featured in my photos.

 


 

SEATTLE CENTRAL LIBRARY

ONE OF SEATTLE'S TOP FIVE ATTRACTIONS

 

One of my favorite places in Seattle is the spectacular Central Library.  The Library is one of Seattle's most famous structures and visitors from around the world flock to see its extraordinary architecture. 

Statistics tell how popular the Library is.  Pike Place Market is Seattle's number one attraction and hosts over 10,000,000 visitors annually.  The Central Library is Seattle's number two most popular attraction and it attracts 1,900,000 visitors annually. 

Video 1: The Library's Stunning Exterior

 

Video 2: The Seattle Central Library's Dramatic Interior

 


 

SEATTLE CITY HALL

ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

 

The Seattle City Hall is a lovely building that offers sweeping views of downtown Seattle.  It is a gorgeous structure on the outside as seen from many different viewpoints.  Its lobby is really attractive and it features several permanent art works.

Photographers should take note of this building for its exterior and interior scenery.  The City Hall offers dramatic views either looking down from the Fifth Avenue level as well as looking up at the building from Fourth Avenue. 

Video 1: The Architecture of Seattle City Hall

 

Video 1: The Art Installations in Seattle City Hall

 

 

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SEATTLE'S HISTORIC UNION STATION

 

 

This beautifully—restored 1911 building offers a spectacular Great Hall.


 

SEATTLE'S TERRA COTTA

ARCHITECTURE

 

One treat in Seattle is to see the historical buildings in downtown that feature terra cotta ornamentation and cladding.  This beautiful material was ideally suited to the architectural style in the early 20th century emphasizing elaborate ornamentation. The architects designed a lot of downtown buildings to be showcases for terra cotta.

Video 1

This video features five buildings:  the Cobb Building, the Arctic Club Hotel, Smith Tower, Seattle Tower, and the Olympic Tower

 

Video 2

This video features five buildings: Banana Republic, Old Federal Office Building, Paramount Theater,  the Joshua Green Building, and the Decatur Building.

 

Video 3

This video contains a potpourri of images of terra cotta examples around downtown Seattle

 


 

SEATTLE UNIVERSITY

 

HOME OF TWO OF SEATTLE'S TOP 30 ATTRACTIONS

One of Seattle’s lesser known gems is the campus of Seattle University.  The campus features:

I have rated the beautifully-landscaped campus as one of Seattle's top 30 attractions. The Chapel of St. Ignatius is also one of the top 30 attractions.

 

Video 1:  A Spring Stroll on the Seattle University Campus Part 1 of 2

 

 

This video shows the general landscaping around the campus. 

 

Video 2:  A Spring Stroll on the Seattle University Campus Part 2 of 2

 

 

 

This video features two specific garden areas that are my favorite places on the campus to see attractive landscaping.  One is the Administrative Back Garden and the second is the area north of the Chapel of St. Ignatius that extends to the campus entrance at 11th Avenue and Madison.

 

 

Video 3:  A Late Spring Stroll on the Seattle University Campus

 

Video 4:  A Summer Walk on the Seattle University Campus

 

Video 5:  Fall Color on the Seattle University Campus

 

Video 6:  The Ethereal Chapel of St. Ignatius on the Seattle University Campus

 

 

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STREISSGUTH GARDENS

Seattle has a number of hidden gems that are a treat to find and explore. Clinging to the west side of Capitol Hill is a one acre garden that is one of these gems.  Dan and Ann Streissguth acquired the land for the gardens in 1972 and have been developing the gardens over the course of over 40 years.  The Streissguths gifted the land to the Seattle Parks and Recreation Department but they continue to maintain the gardens.

 


 

VOLUNTEER PARK

ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

Volunteer Park is consistently ranked as one of Seattle’s top attractions.  The historic park was designed by the Olmsted firm and it is one of Seattle’s most attractive places.  The Volunteer Park Conservatory, the Seattle Asian Art Museum, the views from the top of the Water Tower, and the park’s splendid landscaping make this place a wonderful venue for exploring.

Video 1:  Fall Color in Seattle's Volunteer Park

 

Video 2: The Interior of the Volunteer Park Conservatory

 

Video 3:  The Exterior of the Volunteer Park Conservatory

 


 

WASHINGTON PARK ARBORETUM

ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

 

The 230 acre, Olmsted-designed Washington Park Arboretum is one of Seattle's crown jewels for beautiful scenery. I always rank it in the ten most beautiful places to see in Seattle.  Rain or shine and any time of the year, this is a special place to visit. 

Video 1:  Early Spring at the Arboretum

 

Video 2: Late Spring at the Arboretum

 

Video 3:  Fall Color at the Arboretum

 

Video 4:  The Witt Winter Garden

The Arboretum is a lovely place any time of the year but it offers a special treat at the Winter Garden.  From November until mid-March, this Arboretum offering really stands out with a mixture of strong scents, vivid colors, and rich textures of its more than 100 plant species.

 


 

WEST THOMAS STREET PEDESTRIAN AND BICYCLE OVERPASS

 

The West Thomas Pedestrian and Bicycle Overpass was built to connect Lower Queen Anne and Belltown with the Elliott Bay waterfront. The Overpass spans Elliott Avenue and the train tracks and terminates in Myrtle Edwards Park. 

The Overpass is an attractive architectural structure.  On the western overlook, you can enjoy one of Seattle’s best viewpoints that takes in Elliott Bay and Myrtle Edwards Park.

 


 

WOODLAND PARK ROSE GARDEN

ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

 

I rank the Woodland Park Rose Garden as one of Seattle’s top ten most beautiful places. From May through September, the garden features over 200 rose varieties and over 3,000 individual plants.  It is filled with roses, shrubs, topiary, and annuals.  Over 200,000 guests visit the Rose Garden annually.

Video 1:  the Summer Splendor of the Woodland Park Rose Garden

 

 

 

Video 2: Seattle's Shimmering Jewel--The Woodland Park Rose Garden

 


 

THE HISTORIC CAROUSEL AT THE WOODLAND PARK ZOO

THE ZOO IS ONE OF SEATTLE'S 30 BEST ATTRACTIONS

 

For lovers of historic carousels, the Woodland Park Zoo has one of the best. The carousel has been lovingly restored and it is a museum quality structure that you can ride.  This ride was built in 1918 by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company for the Cincinnati Zoo.  The carousel is 50 feet in diameter and has 48 hand-carved horses and two gorgeous chariots. 

 


 

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INDEX FOR YOUTUBE VIDEOS
  Castle's in Seattle--the Anhalt Apartments on Capitol Hill
   

 

The Walruses on the Arctic Club Hotel
  The Arctic Club Hotel's Dome Room
  The Arctic Club Hotel's Art Deco Polar Bar
   
  Ballard Locks--exploring the campus
  Ballard Locks--the Carl English Botanical Gardens
   
  Bellevue Botanical Gardens--Fall Colors
  Bellevue Botanical Gardens--the Perennial Border  
 

Bellevue Botanical Gardens--Summer

   
  The Great Views from Bhy Kracke Park
   
  Exploring Capitol Hill in Early April
  Strolling Capitol Hill in Late Spring
   
 

Center for Wooden Boats--the Buildings and Docks

 

Center for Wooden Boats--a Gallery of the Boats

   
  Chapel of St. Ignatius at Seattle University
   
 

Chihuly Garden and Glass--a Visit in April

  Chihuly Garden and Glass--a Visit in May
 

Chihuly Garden and Glass--a Visit  in June

  Chihuly Garden and Glass--a Visit in August
   
  A Winter Hike in Discovery Park
   
 

Experience Music Project--Exterior Scenes Part 1

 

Experience Music Project--Exterior Scenes Part 2

 

Experience Music Project--the Roots & Branches Sculpture

 

Experience Music Project--Sky Church

   
  An Introduction to Our Fall Colors Videos
   
  Gas Works Park--Views and Highlights
 

Gas Works Park--the Colorful Children's Play Area

   
 

Japanese Garden in Spring at the Washington Park Arboretum

  Japanese Garden in Late Spring at the Washington Park Arboretum
  Japanese Garden in June at the Washington Park Arboretum
   
  The Restored King Street Station
  The King County Water Taxi
   
  Kubota Garden in Early Spring
   
  Lake Union Park--A Visit in the Summertime
  Lake Union Park--a Winter Stroll
  A Spring Drive around Lake Washington
   
  Museum of Flight--the Great Gallery
  Museum of Flight--the SR-71 Blackbird Spy Plane
  Museum of Flight--the World War 1 Planes
 

Museum of Flight--the Space Shuttle Trainer Exhibit

   
 

Museum of History and Industry—the Restored Naval Armory Building

 

Museum of History and Industry—the Dramatic Grand Atrium

 

Museum of History and Industry—Historic Objects on Exhibition

 

Museum of History and Industry—the Carroll’s Jewelers Street Clock

   
 

Myrtle Edwards Park--a Summer Walk

   
  A Spring Walk at the Olympic Sculpture Park
   
 

St. James Cathedral--Exterior and Interior Highlights

 

St. James Cathedral--the Ceremonial Bronze Doors

   
 

St. Joseph Catholic Church--Exterior and Interior Highlights

 

St. Joseph Catholic Church--Stained Glass

   
  Seattle Center--An Early Spring Walk
   
  Seattle's Best Viewpoints--Video 1
  Seattle's Best Viewpoints--Video 2
   
  Seattle Central Library--Video 1--the Exterior
  Seattle Central Library--Video 2--the Interior
   
  Seattle City Hall--the Architecture
  Seattle City Hall-the Art
   
  Seattle's Street Clocks--Video 1
  Seattle's Street Clocks--Video 2
   
  Seattle's Historic Union Station
   
  Seattle's Terra Cotta Architecture--Video 1
  Seattle's Terra Cotta Architecture--Video 2
  Seattle's Terra Cotta Architecture--Video 3
   
  Seattle University--a Late Spring Walk
  Seattle University in the Summer
   
  Streissguth Gardens in the Spring
   
 

Volunteer Park Conservatory—a Tour of the Interior

   
 

The Washington Park Arboretum--an Early April Walk

  The Washington Park Arboretum--a Spring Stroll
  The Washington Park Arboretum--a Late Spring Walk
 

The Washington Park Arboretum--Fall Colors

  The Washington Park Arboretum--the Witt Winter Garden
   
 

West Thomas Street Pedestrian and Bicycle Overpass

 
  Woodland Park Rose Garden
  Woodland Park Zoo Historic Carousel
   

 

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