PHOTOS: More views of snowy West Seattle New Year’s Day 2017

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More snow photos to share from this frosty and frosted New Year’s Day in West Seattle. The first three, above and below, are from Gatewood photographer/pilot Long Bach Nguyen. If you don’t recognize the top photo, that’s Solstice Park (home to Alice Enevoldsen‘s solstice and equinox sunset watches) – not so much snow, but a unique aerial look at its patterns. Below, you see part of Gatewood and Sunrise Heights:

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And next, a view over West Seattle, looking northeast toward downtown in the distance:

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Now, ground-level views – here’s a view from the West Duwamish Greenbelt, shared by Elisa Zook:

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David Williams photographed his yard southeast of Charlestown Hill:

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From Sandra Braun:

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And James Bratsanos caught the snowy Olympics early this morning:

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1 Reply to "PHOTOS: More views of snowy West Seattle New Year's Day 2017"

  • Jeannie January 2, 2017 (2:08 am)

    Love the aerial photos, especially the unexpected view of Solstice Park. It’s worth a moment to check out Long’s website (the link is in the article).

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