Since the first time we showed this now-famous skyline scene, you’ve probably seen dozens of variations. But look closely at Scott Nelson‘s photograph taken from Jack Block Park tonight, and you just might notice a few extra touches – other buildings getting more subtly into the spirit. Then off to the north, the beacon of victory hope shining up from the Space Needle:
That photo also is courtesy of Scott. Meantime, Karen shared the next one – not visible from West Seattle, but if you drive northbound on Highway 99, as we noticed last night, it’s crystal clear:
That building is The Wave, part of the Stadium Place development, built on what used to be part of a parking lot north of CLink.
GAME-RELATED SIDE NOTES: If you’re going to the game in person and thinking about taking the bus, here are the schedules and related info. We got a text today asking if the Water Taxi has special game runs – sorry, NOT during the winter (it doesn’t run on Sundays at all). If you’re staying in West Seattle to watch and not so sure you want to just do that at home – a WSB Facebook friend asked for suggestions; see the replies here (and add your suggestion[s]!).
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