Friday, September 28, 2007

Home Game Night

Home Game Night

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Sadly, Seattle's beloved baseball team is out of the running now (the blue lights on the right are from Quest Field, home of the Seattle Seahawks who are thankfully getting off to a good season start. This stadium is right next door to the amazing Safeco Field, home of the Mariners). As promised, this is the photo of the Seattle skyline shot from Queen Anne Hill's southern slope, visible in yesterday's photo. The most brightly lit structures are the Space Needle, Key Arena (apparently still home of the Seattle Sonics basketball team), and the lighted arches of the Pacific Science Center (designed by Seattle native son Minoru Yamasaki, who was also the architect of New York's World Trade Center). Hope your Friday includes some night life, a lovely view, or a fun movie.


• Eliane • said...

This is again a gorgeous picture. And I like how you guide us through it..

Moi said...

I have been a silent visitor pr lurker as we are called for some time now ....we are moving to Seattle area this Dec from Florida and since I have come to know that I have eben checking upon the city we'll call home soon...:)

This is a great night shot......:)

Dsole said...

so beautiful night shot, Kim!
with so many lights, I think there's no stars in the sky uh?

Denton said...

Beautiful skyline photo. I'm envious.

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Kim said...

Eliane, Thank you!

Moi, Congrats on your relocation. From Florida to here in winter will be a big climate change, but its so wonderful here. Hope you find you enjoy it! Thanks very much,

Dsole, Yes, the lightspill does keep some of the stars from view. Thanks!

Denton, Thank you!

Annon, thanks!