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Duwamish Access VII

After getting past a No Trespassing sign and fence I was able to get a closer look at this closed pedestrian pier and dock. In the background of one of the images you can see the West Seattle high-rise bridge. This bridge was a replacement for a drawbridge that was hit by a ship back in the 1980’s, I believe.

Duwamish Access V

Large cement/gravel plant along the west side of  Duwamish River. On the east side a city of empty containers.

Duwamish River Access II

The image with the bridge is a northwestern view. The bridge is the West Seattle High Rise. The image with the most clouds is a southern view.

The Duwamish River is a working river as well as one used for transit out into Elliott Bay by fisherman and recreational use. The next posting will highlight some of those activities.

Skagit Valley

Tulip season is over, but I still have some images from our trip to the valley north of Seattle, so bear with me as I post another dozen or so images.

Tulip Field, Etc.

Well, what would a tulip farm be without a faux windmill and a herd of Honey Buckets?

Taken at Rozengaard Farm, Mt. Vernon, WA.,in the Skagit Valley.

Rummaging around on a Sunday

Rummaging around the South Park neighborhood of Seattle on a Sunday morning.

Marine Traffic

Marine traffic on the East River, NYC.

Views from Central Park

Just a few views looking outward from Central Park in late October, 2016.

Past and Present

Two iconic buildings in Brooklyn. The Brooklyn Public Library and The Old Stone House in Park Slope right across the street from where our son and family live.Both of these images were taken on my iPhone. Every Saturday there is a Farmers/Saturday Market in front of the Library and entrance to Prospect Park and Grand Army Plaza , a confluence of interesting sites to visit. The morning we were at the Market a man with a green flag ran up the steps leading to the library entrance and started waving this flag. I have no idea what it was about, but someone was videotaping his actions. ??

Two Bridges

The Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges. Taken while in Brooklyn last week.

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