Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Seattle Sights Bus Shelter

QA Bus Shelter

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Another way to get around Seattle and see its interesting features close up is to take the Metro buses and explore their extensive routes. Most bus shelters feature artwork by adults or children in the neighborhood and are treats to see in themselves. This shelter on Queen Anne Hill gives a somewhat complete Seattle tour in one viewing!

8 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

I like the idea of letting children decorate these. They did that around here once using telephone booths but they were still vandalized.

This is nice though.

Ackworth Born said...

Oh I would love to come and ride around on your buses.

Kaurii said...

This is such a cool shot and reminds me of why I wanna move to Seattle. The city itself, puget sound, mount rainier, mount st helens, the space needle...all at one bus stop. awesome!

Kaurii said...

This is such a cool shot and reminds me of why I wanna move to Seattle. The city itself, puget sound, mount rainier, mount st helens, the space needle...all at one bus stop. awesome!

Bibi said...

Enchanting photo. I always ride the buses in Seattle and enjoy the bus shelters, too. I've always wanted to get a summer job as a painter for the Metro bus company....

Knoxville Girl said...

The bright colors alone are a joy, but what I really love is seeing how kids interpret their world. We need more Peace, for sure.

Kuanyin said...

Having once lived in Seattle during it's hey-day, I haven't returned, but you make it look good again and make me forget the rain!

Uma por Dia said...

What a good idea and so beautiful!