I have lots of great Space Needle photos. Most Seattleites do!
People can't seem to resist taking pictures of the Space Needle - it's such a unique structure and looks so great against a blue sky. Even most local residents have their own collections!
It was hard to decide which ones to use, so I thought I'd just share some of them here with you. Enjoy!
Here I'm standing across the street by the Seattle Center parking garage on the corner of 5th and Harrison.
One of several Space Needle photos that I took while cruising Lake Union on a Duck Boat Tour.
That mound of shiny gold metal in front of the Space Needle is the Experience Music Project building. As bizarre as the building is, it does make for some really unique photography. I know lots of people who have had their portrait taken in front of various parts of the building and it's a popular place for high school senior pictures.
One of my daughters took this photo on a partly cloudy day at the Bumbershoot Festival on Labor Day Weekend.
This picture was taken on a sunny, summer day while standing on the lawn right at the base of the Space Needle. This level is called Skyline and is used for private events.
One of several city skyline photos I took from Kerry Park on Queen Anne Hill.
After enjoying the Christmas lights and dinner at Westlake Center downtown, my family and I walked to the Seattle Center to see a WSU basketball game at KeyArena. I took these nighttime photos on the way. In the foreground of the picture at left is the Seattle Monorail.
One of my favorite photos.
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