I thought that I would post a bit about what I did in Seattle and what I enjoyed photographing while I was there!
Seattle was great. I had never been to Washington or anywhere on the West Coast above California so I was excited to see what it was like. Surprisingly, the whole time I was there it was sunny and pretty warm. All of us Wyoming kids were really amazed at how green everything was and all these flowers were in bloom on the trees, it was gorgeous.
We rode the light rail into town and went to the Space Needle the first day, it was amazing! The view is so spectacular and riding a train is so fun when you never get to. I enjoyed shooting stuff in the stations underground, there are so many lines and shapes. I went back up in the Space Needle in the evening to get some photos of the city while the sun was going down, which I am glad that I did, I got some great shots of the city from above with some nice light on it.
Throughout the week we went to Pike Place Market multiple times because it's so cool, we could spend all day there. All the fruit they let you try is so good and the levels of shops were so interesting and cool. There is so much to photograph there. Tons of colorful fruit, flowers and signs for things. I spent alot of time shooting the little things in the market, just the atmosphere there is relaxing and nice.
I spent a good amount of time downtown too! I really enjoy the city and all the things going on. I spent some time shooting the buildings and gorgeous streets that they have. We also went to the Waterfront and Pioneer Square which were both very cool. The Waterfront is nice because it's like you are by the ocean and there are tons of boats and birds. Pioneer Square has very lovely old buildings and it's nice to know about the history of it!
Here are some photos that I got while I was there and if you want to see more they are all on my Flickr and in my Digital Photography Gallery right here on my website!
Each month I will be posting a Photo of the Month! Also I'll try to work in any requested posts or things I find interesting to post! Enjoy!