West Seattle scenes: Five views of a beautiful Friday

January 11, 2013 at 11:01 pm | In Seen around town, West Seattle news | 4 Comments

(Photo by Machel Spence)
A beautiful day, from the frosty floor of Lincoln Park, to the frosty tip of the story pole at Rotary Viewpoint Park …

(Photo by Christopher Boffoli)
… to the mighty Olympics in the west …

(Photo by John Hinkey)
… and mightier Mount Rainier to the south …

(Photo by Myrtle)
this beautiful day is ending with tidepool exploration by flashlight at Constellation Park.

(Photo by Leslie Dierauf)
(Along with low-low nighttime low tides, including one more at 11:13 pm tomorrow – -2.4 feet – the morning “king” tides are arriving too, 12.8 feet at 5:47 am tomorrow.) Thanks to everyone who shared photos!

4 Comments

  1. I walked my beloved dog through our Gatewood Hill neighborhood today, and thanked my lucky stars for the beauty we are surrounded with here…thanks for posting these beautiful photos, it’s truly amazing what we have “in our own backyard”.

    Comment by anti-obstruction — 1:10 am January 12, 2013 #

  2. Great photos!

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    Thanks, photographers, and WSB!

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    Mike

    Comment by miws — 6:57 am January 12, 2013 #

  3. Anti, I totally agree!

    Comment by Marty — 8:13 am January 12, 2013 #

  4. It is a very beautiful place…serene, too

    Comment by Greenpeace — 3:29 pm January 12, 2013 #

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