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Olympic Sculpture Park

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A few nights ago, I walked to Seattle’s Olympic Sculpture Park. I had no real mission, other than it was 75 degrees and felt like a nice night to spend some time outdoors at a place that was walkable from my apartment. The park ended up being one of those discoveries that make you question how you’ve never been to such a spot before — with rocky beaches, grassy slopes, unique architecture, train tracks, and views of the mountains across the water. Oh Seattle, I’m developing a major crush on you lately. <3

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  • Jeremy July 2, 2014, 10:26 am

    Loved your photos – you have a great eye for perspective. Fountains looked really interesting and the view along the path with the head sculpture in the distance and sea to the left is cool (as someone who loves his surfing liked all the sea pictures). Looks like Seattle is a wonderful place :)

    J.

    • Jessica July 2, 2014, 7:47 pm

      Surfing too?! You do it all! Thank you for your kind words about the photos. It’s a lovely place, especially when the sun comes out :)

  • Katie | lovely letters July 2, 2014, 10:51 pm

    Did you see the ampersand!? I got to visit in February and the ampersand was my fave :) Love all the photos!

    xx Katie
    lovely letters

    • Jessica July 17, 2014, 7:03 pm

      I loved it as well! I didn’t get a great photo of it, but it was so cool, wasn’t it?! How awesome that you got to visit, too. :)

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