Saturday, February 20, 2010

Believe it or not…

It is possible to have sunny days in Seattle, even in the winter!  You may be skeptical, but here’s the proof!  Ta Da!


This was the view of Seattle and Lake Union from Gas Works Park this afternoon.  People were out and about, enjoying the great weather. This hill is a favorite spot for kite flying.


For our friends who visited recently and missed ‘The Mountain’ –- Mount Rainier in all its majesty --  here it is!



These photos were taken in Kerry Park in the Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle. On the left, you can see the iconic Space Needle.

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Here you can see the red cranes of Harbor Island where the cargo ships are unloaded.


Looking westward, we snapped this picture of the Olympic Mountains a few minutes before sunset.

It was a beautiful day!  Sigh… See why we love it here?


verO de delimoon said...

Nice photos. I would love to visit your town.
Have a nice week.

our friend Ben said...

Fantastic photos!!! What a fabulous, breathtaking place to live. Water AND mountains---ah, that's the life!

Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

Your pictures really captured the look of Seattle over the past several days. It's been just beautiful here. We sure do live a great area.

RantWoman said...

Oooh! Wenches back in blogville!

Great pix!

Karen said...

Yes, aren't we lucky? Sorry SAGBUTT was not at a good time for you guys - maybe next one, thinking about Sun. 3/28 later in the day at the Bellevue Botanical Garden?? Hope to see you whenever it is!

by...K@ Ashcroft said...

I adore the Seattle area. (Well WA in general actually) *Sigh*

keewee said...

I am here on Whidbey, haven't we had a fabulous mild winter? and now we are enjoying an early Spring.

Kerri said...

Happy spring, girls!
Just popping in to say hello and see what you're up to on the other side of the country.
That certainly was a beautiful winter's day in your neck of the woods. Thanks for sharing your lovely photos.
I hope you're enjoying beautiful spring weather now.

joey said...

In awe of your stunning photos ... have several friends blessed to live there but have yet been able to visit. Thanks for sharing :)

Tatyana@MySecretGarden said...

What beautiful views! We are so lucky to live here!