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Broadway district, Seattle, WashingtonBroadway districtSeattle, WashingtonJames Marshall Hendrix rockin the S end of Broadway. "Purple Haze!!"Gum Wall, Seattle, WashingtonGum WallSeattle, WashingtonMy take on the chewy delicious gum wall of Seattle! A gross example of the unlimited potential of human creativity! Prepare for sticky feet...Westlake Park, Seattle, WashingtonWestlake ParkSeattle, WashingtonArt in downtown Seattle.Benaroya Hall, Seattle, WashingtonBenaroya HallSeattle, WashingtonChihuly work is always a treat. This one above the north stairwell.Westlake Holiday Carousel, Seattle, WashingtonWestlake Holiday CarouselSeattle, WashingtonA Seattle tradition.Westlake Park, Seattle, WashingtonWestlake ParkSeattle, WashingtonThe Blue Trees Social Art Installation.Westlake Park, Seattle, WashingtonWestlake ParkSeattle, Washingtonpeople playing mega chess.W Seattle, Seattle, WashingtonW SeattleSeattle, WashingtonThe view of the living room at the W Hotel. The wall is painted in the trompe-l'œil style and features giant vinyl record album covers. Pearl Jam,...Downtown, Seattle, WashingtonDowntownSeattle, WashingtonManhole design depicting Seattle city streets.Freeway Park, Seattle, WashingtonFreeway ParkSeattle, Washington"Canyon" in Freeway Park.Black Sun, Seattle, WashingtonBlack SunSeattle, Washington“Black Sun” is a sculpture by Japanese American artist Isamu Noguchi, which was installed in Volunteer Park in 1969. This sculpture is believed to...Reciprocal Recording, Seattle, WashingtonReciprocal RecordingSeattle, WashingtonThis building was the Reciprocal Recording Studio from 1986-1991, a studio run by Jack Endino and Chris Hanzsek. Nirvana recorded their first demo...The Crocodile, Seattle, WashingtonThe CrocodileSeattle, WashingtonWhat was formerly The Crocodile Cafe (now just “The Crocodile”) is a prominent fixture in the Seattle music scene. Most of the major players in the...Neumos, Seattle, WashingtonNeumosSeattle, WashingtonStill one of Seattle’s more popular venues, Neumos has booked a mile-long list of incredible acts over the years. In 1996, Moe’s played host to the...The Sound Garden, Seattle, WashingtonThe Sound GardenSeattle, WashingtonNature & art, hidden out at Sand Point on NOAA property. Apparently recent changes have re- opened the walking path from 11:30 - 1:30 on normal...
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