Fourteen Views of the Seattle Space Needle

September 14, 2016

Seattle Space Needle viewed from Kerry Park

Seattle Space Needle viewed from Kerry Park

The Space Needle, built for the 1962 World’s Fair, is still one of Seattle’s icons.  I didn’t intend to have this image dominate my sightseeing spree around the city with my sister and her husband, but once I noticed its reflection in the glass creations in the gardens of Chihuly Garden and Glass, I was captivated by its presence.  Here are 14 photos of the Space Needle out and about Seattle:

Space Needle from the glass house at Chihuly Garden and Glass

Space Needle from the glass house at Chihuly Garden and Glass

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Space Needle from the fountain at the Seattle Center

Space Needle from the fountain at the Seattle Center

Space Needle from Calder's Eagle at the Olympic Sculpture Park

Space Needle from Calder’s Eagle at the Olympic Sculpture Park

 

 

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5 Responses to “Fourteen Views of the Seattle Space Needle”

  1. selah Says:

    this is great way to see the Space Needle. What is the pink in the third from bottom photo?

  2. shoreacres Says:

    I wondered, when I read your Chihuly post, whether that was the Space Needle reflected here and there. I’m glad to know I can recognize your landmark. This is such a creative post — just lovely.


  3. How do you add a tag to a post? Btw I love all the shots in this!


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