A walk by Elliot Bay

August 2, 2010 at 9:34 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment
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Yesterday Blake and I walked down to Elliot Bay with Pico in tow.  Elliot Bay is a small part of Puget Sound that lies adjacent to Seattle’s downtown and is famous to most people as the namesake of Frasier Crane’s fictional residence, Elliot Bay Towers. Here are a few nice and colorful shots from yesterday:

Pico and Blake standing on a street corner in front of some flowers

Pico and Blake spent a lot of time waiting for me to catch up because I was taking so many photos, but they didn't seem to mind.

An apple sitting on a bench all by itself

This lonely apple was just sitting here being sad and lonely. :-(

An alley with a bunch of colorful buildings at the end of it

A colorful alley looking south from Denny Way

A pink sign for a car wash that is shaped like a giant elephant

The other side of this sign just said "CAR WASH" -- I wonder what differentiates the car wash from the elephant super car wash?

A train, a boat, and some Queen Anne's Lace

Down near the bay; the white flower is one of my old favorites, Queen Anne's Lace, that doesn't seem to grow wild in Texas. (It looks a lot like Texas' Yarrow.) I recently found out, much to my horror, that Queen Anne's Lace is actually a wild carrot! D:

Blake and Sarah at the Olympic Sculpture Park

At the Olympic Sculpture Park. Lots of pretty flowers and modern art.

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  1. Poor, sad, lonely apple.


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