West Seattle scenes: Midday music; offshore nap

Random street musicians aren’t that common a sight in The Junction, so when co-publisher Patrick happened onto this one a little while ago, he snapped a photo. He tried to talk with the guy but reports, “He wouldn’t stop singing!” (’70s and ’60s oldies, at least at the time.) Meantime, Gary J shares this offshore sight, photographed from Alki:

(No need to call about offshore seals, but remember that if you spot one on the beach, Seal Sitters wants to hear from you – contact info at sealsitters.org.) Thanks as always to everyone who shares photos!

6 Replies to "West Seattle scenes: Midday music; offshore nap"

  • PlaneGuy October 6, 2009 (1:02 pm)

    Jimi LIVES!!

  • Junction Worker October 6, 2009 (1:04 pm)

    Let us know when the Naked Cowboy shows up ;)

  • 37Ray October 6, 2009 (3:34 pm)

    Man we sure got Broadway’s Jimi statue beat!! ;)

  • miws October 6, 2009 (4:43 pm)

    Hey Patrick! You should have asked him if he’d sing his answers to you!


    Or, maybe you could have sung your questions to him! ;)



  • CountingCoup October 6, 2009 (9:13 pm)

    If he is playing music and singing, why should he stop to answer questions?

    Let art be art and enjoy it, in fact, be glad we have it in West Seattle…

  • WSB October 6, 2009 (9:22 pm)

    Totally agree with enjoying it, but asking questions is our job. Even a simple question like “hey, what’s your name?” so we can include that with the photo. But always up to people whether they want to answer or not, and some choose not to – their prerogative! – TR

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