West Seattle Christmas lights: A ‘treetop’ on Alki

December 12, 2011 at 11:45 pm | In Holidays, West Seattle Christmas lights, West Seattle news | 1 Comment

Sorry for the subpar photo – some equipment challenges for a while on Monday night. But even if it had been taken by the most talented photographer with the most fabulous equipment, the point of this display would be the same – it’s not brilliantly light-laden, but we love the tree atop the beautiful old brick Alki Apartments building at 2348 Alki SW – you can see it from quite some way away. The entire beachfront drive is worthwhile for light-lovers, as many condo- and apartment-dwellers deck their balconies, and some of the remaining single-family homes do, too (one of the fabled Flower Houses has some cute lights). We happened onto this during a late-night scouting trip after discovering the home we had hoped to photograph elsewhere was already “off” for the night. Keep the tips coming – editor@westseattleblog.com – and check out our Google Map of all the spots we’ve featured, including this one, viewable on the WSB West Seattle Holidays page.

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  1. Jack, that looks great – a nice addition to the vine lights out front that were there in previous years!

    Comment by rlv — 11:11 am December 13, 2011 #

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