Fisherman's Terminal, Seattle
Seattle's Fisherman's Termain is seen at dusk. The terminal is home to the Alaska fishing fleet - as seen on TV's Deadliest Catch.
Tower of Reflection
Clock Tower of King Street Station reflecting at dusk
UW Cherry Blossoms
University of Washington Cherry Blossom trees bloom in the Quad
Seattle and The Mountain
The classic Seattle view of the city and Mount Rainier
Seattle's Gum Wall
Off Season at Century Link Field
The home of the Seattle Seahawks and Sounders is peaceful on an evening with no game
Temple of Coffee
The Starbucks Headquarters in the South of Downtown (SODO) neighborhood of Seattle features a clock tower topped by the Starbucks corporate logo
Pike Place Market by Night
Seattle's Pike Place Market offers local produce, fish, and flowers, plus artisan goods to locals and visitors.
Seattle Space Needle
The Space Needle was built for the 1962 World's Fair and remains an icon of the city's skyline.
Port of Seattle Cranes
Seattle is the most northerly major port in the contiguous United States and home to a thriving port
Artwork at MoPOP
Artwork on the wall of the Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP) in Seattle
Elliott Bay Sunset, Seattle
Museum of Flight Blue Angel
Blue Angel #2 on display at the Museum of Flight
Suzzallo Library, UW, Seattle
Blue Hour over Seattle
The Space Needle and Seattle high rises in the blue hour after sunset
Washington Park Arboretum, Seattle
Stairway to Heaven
Curved stairway in the rusting industrial complex preserved in Seattle's Gasworks Park. This redeveloped area now offers walkways and views across Lake Union to downtown Seattle.
MoPOP (Museum of Pop Culture) (formerly Experience Music Project), Seattle