All these shots of the Seattle waterfront and other views of quintessential Seattle were taken from two Bainbridge Ferry Runs across the Puget Sound on August 28th.
The rounded tops are of Century Link Stadium where the Seahawks and the Sounders play and the further one is Safeco Field where the Seattle Mariners play.
Mount Rainier is always a treat to see even though it’s a dormant volcano and if she blows we’ll all be toast!
Linking up for Tuesday’s Treasures with Tom at The Backroads Traveler.
We are wrapping up our Labor Day with some relaxation. Dear trouble shot an electrical problem in our basement and all is well again. A handy man is a treasure to have around the house!
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I understand why Seattle is such a popular city, it’s full of treasures. Ellen, thanks for sharing these wonderful sights. Have a great week and I hope that you will stop back again.
A very cool visit to Seattle. Those cruise ships are huge.
Those Seattle views are never less than lovely!
Neat pictures of a lovely landscape. Yes, isn’t it great having a handyman around? We are so blessed!
Beautiful place to visit. My favourite is the view of Mt. Rainier!
Seattle holds a special place in my heart.
He was a young man from England and I was a young woman from Ontario, Canada, when we met in Vancouver, Canada in 1968.
Three months after we met, he brought me to the beautiful city of Seattle for a day’s outing. We were standing at the bottom of the space needle, when he asked me to marry him.
I said: Yes and were married 5 months later.
PS: The skyline has definately changed over the years.
Sally, what a wonderful story of how you met your guy. Thanks for sharing it.
Thanks for sharing these lovely views of Seattle. My late dad often traveled there on business.
I visited Seattle once for a few days before returning to live in the UK and really liked it, so much I even toyed with staying to live there! It is a great place isn’t it! xx
These are great shots of the waterfront!