Saturday, May 02, 2009

What's Below?

What's Below?

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One of the iconic neon Market signs points the way past the bustle of street level shoppers and vendors to the lower floor of Pike Place Market, but what exactly will you find if you wander down that way? I'll show you tomorrow :-).

13 comments:

Bibi said...

Well, for one thing, there's my favorite little luggage shop...and that magic store where a guy changed my son's dollar bill into a 20...but then gave him back the one-dollar bill, ha, ha.

D said...

It must be something great with a sign like that to lead you!

Ricki said...

I heart Pikes. My happy place that I don't get to nearly often enough. I need to learn how to ride the bus so parking doesn't kill me when I go.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

My wife and I like the cheese shop across the street from Pike Market. Fresh and flavorful local cheeses. I think that people from Wisconsin or France would be jealous.

Elizabeth Bradley said...

Is it the restrooms?

Wayne said...

Restrooms is a good guess. I was down there in the last month but I've already forgotten most of what I saw.

marley said...

Is it Chuck?! Lol. I like the sharp focus on the sign.

Virginia said...

Wayne says restrooms. I"m hoping there's more than that with that big neon sign pointing down. Can't wait to see what lies below.
V

Petrea said...

Oh yay! I know it's iconic, touristy, whatever. It's a wonderful place, not to be missed. And the locals go there, too. Don't they? Seems like it. I love exploring it whenever I get to Seattle. I always find something I missed before.

Clueless in Boston said...

It is one great looking sign; it almost looks like a sign from the 1940s or so.

Bob Crowe said...

It's all those wonderful, bizarre little shops. The color and selective focus in this image is spot on.

Kris said...

I do like the depth of focus here.

Muslim said...

Nice pic!!!