I did some local exploring around the Space Needle.That was my spontaneous little adventure in the later daylight end for yesterday. Here are some pics…
The rooftop view, a nice day for fluffy clouds and a good walk..
The monorail through the local Experience Music Project museum..
A new playground here. The paint is fresh. The playground will be open to the public next month sometime…
Same playground but from a different fence. I may have filtered it a bit too much in the Photoshop touch up edit, but I really liked the lines. I wanted to make sure you noticed..
The same playground from another closed off entrance.. It’s a little crazy, and seems dangerous.
Another look at the Space Needle, from a mid-Spring point of view…
A little birdie hopping around..
The John T Williams Honor Pole, carved by his brother (Rick L. Williams) to honor John and his long family generations of carving. John T. Williams was the seventh generation Nitinaht carver of the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations. He died in 2010, from multiple gunshot wounds fired from a Seattle police officer. For more on that story, click here. Thanks to donations and public support, this totem pole remains close to the Space Needle, for all to appreciate.
That is all for now. I depart the Seattle Center, and walk through the Bill and Melinda Gates Visitor Center. There is much else of visual interest around here. However, I will save that adventure for another day..
– Orion T