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turlough

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Here are some seattle pics i'd like to go to seattle but the nearest I've been to seattle is tacoma

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and here is tacoma

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Seattle is just so amazing!! I love the apartment window shot they have in the tv show "Frasier."

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Ok, that first photo is officially one of the coolest pictures I have ever seen anywhere. There has to be some kind of CG doctoring going on. If not, then Seattle will be the next place I visit! :blink:

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Devin

thank you for your comment :D and no that is a real pic there's not CG anywhere

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blackandwhitetowers.jpg

The one on the left reminds me of the Wrigley Building on Michigan Avenue in Chicago.

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The one on the left is Smith Tower, 42 floors, and 522 feet tall. I think it was built in 1911.

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I like that first pic the best, although every pic is great!

Yeah, that first pick really kicks some butt!

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thanks guys, the first pic of BoA and Smith is kinda like the old and the new the small and the tall

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I know a lot about Seattle. If anyone is travelling there, I can give you advice before you go.

It's a great city, but parts of it are run-down and need some "cleaning up". This isn't too apparent in my 500 photos, because I generally don't like taking pics of blight.

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I just wanna know if the Hendrix museum is as cool as it sounds.

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The first pic is the best! I like Smith tower. I'm surprised that towers that tall were being built outside of NYC & Chicago back then.

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