West Seattle scenes: Link crane, and other views from on high

We’ve mentioned it a couple times in the past week-plus – and now, the main event is under way. Thanks to Gregor for sharing that photo of the 118-foot construction crane going up at Harbor PropertiesLink site along 38th between SW Alaska and Fauntleroy Way in The Triangle. We’ll check back on it later today. Meantime, over in The Junction business district, construction continues at TrueValue, which remains open during remodeling (“a face lift for a few weeks,” as its website describes the work):

Thanks to Karen for the photo. More morning sights: Not long after sunrise, an impressive fog bank drifted over the Sound:

Dave Gould shared that photo taken south of The Junction. One more eagle-eyed view – Alison spotted this bald eagle on a utility-pole perch near Denny International Middle School‘s playfield in Westwood:

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4 Replies to "West Seattle scenes: Link crane, and other views from on high"

  • SarahScoot February 1, 2010 (11:24 am)

    Wonder if that eagle agrees with this one:

    • WSB February 1, 2010 (11:32 am)

      Thanks, Sarah, good midmorning chuckle – seeing the link with the partial headline, I was going to guess “Bald Eagle Tired of Everyone Standing Around Gawking Thinking It’s Cool” but I guess you’d have to be a Seattleite to speculate that … TR

  • dsa February 1, 2010 (3:37 pm)

    If TrueValue uses up any more of the parking area in front of the store, us handicap folk won’t be able to shop there anymore.

  • KBear February 2, 2010 (11:59 am)

    I’m sure they’ll still have disabled parking closer to the front door than Home Depot, even if it’s not exactly where it was before.

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