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Aug. 1955. Me fishing on the Duwamsh River.
I’ve been exploring the South Park area of Seattle on Sundays for 10+ years. It’s a unique mix of light industry and residential that hugs the Duwamish River on the East and the hills, that lead to White Center, on the West. It’s a gritty step back in time. Slowly most of the scrap metal businesses have been shut down, closed or the land sold. In time this area will probably look like many other gentrified neighborhoods, but it will be a slower transition here so it is fun to explore and document what is there now.
When I was four years old I actually lived in South Park for about a year before my parents moved. We lived very close to the river. I have a photo of myself at that age ‘fishing’ on the Duwamish River near our apartment. I think I have posted it, but if not I can do that. One of the few photos of me from my childhood ( see above -I found the image). For some reason I keep coming back to this area of Seattle.
Posted on November 13, 2017, in Architecture, B&W, buildings, Duwamish River, Fall, Gentrification, Nikon D610, Personal History, Puget Sound, Seattle, Signage, South Park, street, Thoughts, trespassing, Uncategorized, Washington and tagged building, Duwamish River, History, industrial, personal, Seattle, Signage, South Park, Street. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.