Last Thursday October 5th we picked up our daughter and drove a couple blocks to Magnuson Park for a walk. Dear and Katie always have lots of information to exchange with each other.
Magnuson Park is a 350 acres park on Sand Point at Pontiac Bay, Lake Washington, in the Sand Point neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. The park is the second largest in Seattle, after 534 acres Discovery Park in Magnolia.
Established in 1900 (military use 1922-1975).
I have three previous posts about this park here and here and here.
There were a great variety of reflections to take photos of on this fall day.
On our way back to the car we walked out on the dock and I took this photo of our shadows on the lake surface.
Sharing a little bit of Seattle with Our World Tuesday. Click away and see other parts of our world.
Speaking of our world we got word that family and friends had to be evacuated in Anaheim Hills, Orange Park Acres, North Tustin and East Orange areas of Southern California today due to fires. Praying for containment and for all who are fighting the blazes. Also for those who had to leave their homes. There are fires in the Northern part of California in Santa Rosa and other parts of the wine country. Sure hope there’s containment soon.