Friday, April 02, 2010

West Seattle Run


West Seattle Run
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This is a residential street view looking north from West Seattle across Elliott Bay to Magnolia. As we head into a significant weekend for many folks around the world celebrating Passover and Easter, I hope it is a wonderful weekend for you, your friends and family.
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12 comments:

Shell Sherree said...

That incline would make for a great workout, with a lovely view as good reward. Have a beautiful and peaceful weekend, Kim!

B SQUARED said...

Here's wishing the same for you!

Mary said...

I like the view , but I thought the weather said it was going to becold there today . . . really I would use the excuse!

lewi14 said...

Wonderful shot. Amazing view. Great, Kim! I wish you Happy Easter!

Louis la Vache said...

It looks like a fine morning for a run - and what a good view to go with it.
;-)

Powell River Books said...

Nice day and place for a run. I love to visit Seattle when I can. - Margy

Jacob said...

I love Seattle! And this is such a gorgeous photo showing off the city in all its glory - even it's potential for physical fitness!

Thanks so much for stopping by The Villages DP and for your nice comment.

Bob Crowe said...

West Seattle seems like its own little village. You can see the rest of the city from much of it but in a way it's very isolated. Very nice neighborhood feel here.

Thanks for your comment today. I'm happy with the way that one turned out, almost like an etching. I wish I could say that's what I intended when I was fiddling with it in Photoshop.

Virginia said...

Whew !!! And she's running up hill!!
V

Chuck Pefley said...

Happy Easter to you, Kim. Hope it's more down than up hill!

Nathalie said...

You don't show suburbia very often. I'm enjoying this. Although the shot may not be your most creative ever (but I love the runner's position in relation to the scene) it really gives me an idea of what the area is like.

MCH said...

Lovely. Photos always make me miss the States tremendously. What another great shot. Me, in Holland, we have the same clouds filled with rain!!