1: Seattle June 2011 Celebrating our 2nd Anniversary
4: Love begins in a moment, grows over time, and lasts for eternity.
7: “There is no more lovely, friendly or charming relationship, communion or company, than a good marriage.”
9: Kerry Park
10: After the Great Seattle Fire of 1889, it was unanimously decided that all new construction must be of stone or brick masonry. The city also decided to rise up from the muck in which its original streets lay. It was this decision that created the Underground: The city built retaining walls, eight feet or higher, on either side of the old streets, filled in the space between the walls, and paved over the fill to effectively raise the streets, making them one story higher than the old sidewalks that still ran alongside them.
12: Columbia Center is the fourth tallest skyscraper west of the Mississippi River and the twentieth tallest building in the United States. | love
13: The Stadium To account for the soft soil, the complex sits on over 2,200 pilings driven 50 ft to 70 ft below the ground to form what is essentially a pier for the foundation.
16: The Volunteer Park Water Tower
17: A setting sun still whispers a promise for tomorrow.
18: The Volunteer Park Conservatory is made up of 3,426 glass panes fit into a wood and iron framework. It is modeled on London's Crystal Palace.
21: Washington Park Arboretum