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Shot on the Duwamish River in Seattle.DSC_2679-001 DSC_2684-001 DSC_2682-001

Duwamish River


Small section of the Duwamish River where nature seems to coexist with marine commerce.

Floral along the Duwamish River

Between the river and the marshes a few splashes of color were spotted. DSC_0789-001 DSC_0790-001 DSC_0793-001

Two Views: Kentile Floors Sign

Two views of the Kentile Floors sign in Gowanus. The land the sign and factory sits on is part of the Superfund Site. Apparently the soil is contaminated with asbestos.DSC_8202-001DSC_8193-001

The Coolest Superfund Site

The recent flood waters came up to the first seat in the boat, which means that the water travelled west on this street reaching a depth of about 12″-18″. The Gowanus Canal itself is behind the guard rail and down about 6′-8′ during normal times. Between the high tide and tidal surge that hit on that fateful evening it was just too much for the canal to handle.


One of the few Boeing buildings still in use at the company’s Plant II location. A few ducks cruising along the Duwamish River adjacent to the Boeing site.

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