Monday, April 15, 2013

Where to Go in Seattle: Olympic Sculpture Park

A couple of weeks ago we had really nice Spring-like weather here in Seattle.  (It didn't last long though.)  While it was still nice, G and I went to Olympic Sculpture Park on the weekend.  I have wanted to go there ever since I learned of its existence.  And also it's completely free to go there, so if you're strapped for cash or on a budget, it's a great place to go to.  I took about a bajillion photos of the sculptures from all sorts of different angles and will be selling prints of some of the photos in my shop before too long.  Here are a few of my favorites, and I'll share more in the future.  I'm pretty sure I'll have a whole post full of them called "These Photos are Blurry but I Like Them Anyway".  I'll save the sunset sculpture silhouette ones for a separate post too, and make another post for my beloved "spot the Space Needle" photos.

This sculpture looked really cool from every single angle, but this was one of my favorite angles to shoot it at.  It's also a great sculpture for taking (in my case accidental) self-shots, though I'm not in this photo.

It took so long for all of the people to clear out so I could take this photo.

This was my favorite sculpture to photograph.

This one sort of resembled a shipwreck.

And here's one more of this sculpture.


  1. Those pictures are fantastic! You are a great photographer. :)

    Those are some interesting sculptures though! I would love to see that in person.

  2. That place looks so cool! I would love to visit there one day!

  3. This is so neat, I'll have to check it out if I'm ever in Seattle!

  4. How cool! Your pictures are great.

  5. Love these photos! Those sculptures are awesome. I'd love to visit Seattle one day. Such a photogenic town (and all those clouds make for better pictures!).


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