A good evening below the Full Moon, and Holiday Season at the Seattle Center.
Just an otherwise quiet night, perfect for an evening stroll (to the supermarket). Cutting through the great Seattle Center, perfect in its Seasonal cheer. The weather, a little warmer than previous nights (around 40 degrees), and enough for its International Fountain to give a good show (usually turned off on the colder or rainy nights).
Some surrounding paths are decorated well, scattered with cheer.
Directly below, the Space Needle, at the Howard S. Wright Memorial Fountain. There stands this assembly of lit spheres, forming a very different and artsy Christmas tree.
Above, the Space Needle, with the Moon adding to its shine.
The Moon, appreciated by the giant, musical Sonic Bloom solar flowers at the nearby Pacific Science Center. Nothing Seasonal themed here, just a beautiful moment given by the wonderful timing.
Hours later, the fog rolled in; hiding the last Full Moon of 2013, but not the Holiday spirit.
Pictures by Orion Tippens
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