Space-Needle-Glasshouse

The Seattle Center is a community gathering place and the Space Needle, at 605 feet high, stands in the middle of it like a beacon guiding citizens and visitors alike to the center grounds. This unique public space, left over from the 1962 World’s Fair, is a mix of park land, community and commercial events, and experiential venues.

On this particular day, I was visiting the Chihuly Garden and Glass exhibition at the Seattle Center. I wandered into the Glasshouse and was captivated by the iconic Space Needle from this point of view.

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11 thoughts on “Point of View: Space Needle

  1. LuAnne Holder

    I love this perspective of the Space Needle. Great eye, Louise. I keep meaning to visit the Chihuly exhit but my visits to Seattle and Whidbey always seem so busy. Thanks for the reminder again, maybe this year on our visit…

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  2. The Baseball Bloggess

    Beautiful photo. I can’t wait to someday see Chihuly art in person, but in the meantime, your photo helped capture its richness and deep dimensions. So glad to have found you via WP’s Commenting Bootcamp! 🙂

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