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These giant limestone pillars were salvaged from the demolition of Plymouth Congregational Church in 1966 when I-5 freeway construction went through the Pike/Pine corridore. They now serve as the centerpiece of Plymouth Pillars Park and frame the view seen in yesterday's photo. Note the Authentic Pacific Northwest moss at the top of the pillars. . .and that's the south face!
Thanks so much to everyone who participated in the first round of Metroblogging Seattle's blog poll! SDP came out a bit ahead of the wonderful Georgetown and Mid Beacon Hill neighborhood blogs. Now SDP is pitted against a popular art blog named Glitter Pissing.
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