Some of the non-commercial traffic on the Duwamish River. It’s interesting that one natural resource can be shared by so many diverse interests; from various wildlife, boaters, fishers, fish and commerce.
The clock tower of King St. Train Station. Shot at dusk, looking East, from the 12th Ave. Bridge. This bridge links Beacon Hill and the International District in Seattle. Olympic Mountains in the background.
One of these years, as a result of the EPA cleanup and gentrification, the Gowanus Canal area will, for me, lose much of its charm. In the background of the chain link fence image, is the F Train line, Smith St. & 9th Ave. station, which is one of the few elevated stations still working.
Last week I sort of obsessed on tulips. I shot them during a morning walk with my granddaughter as well as in the evening while walking alone. This was taken at sunset in Portland, as was the previous post.