[REQ] Seattle, Washington and surrounding areas.

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  1. Karalee

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    Heading to Seattle in January. Any sites that are must sees from a photography standpoint will be greatly appreciated :D
     
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    Uh. waterfront seems to be really popular... very popular.. as well as the seattle center for its abstract artforms within the plaza... those are the only ones i know of as of now...
     
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    Anyone got any pics?
     
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    Did you go yet Kara??
     
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    Mount Rainier National Park is good for landscapes and outdoor photos

    im heading out there next summer to backpack and hopefully get some good shots.

    its about 60-odd miles south of the seatle area but its well worth the drive.
     
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    I'm a total tourist, got to hit Pikes place and get a flying fish or two, and then the original starbucks store front, ya know? :D Actually, that store-front is pretty B&W appropriate, and pikes place will offer some nice movement/motion shots. There's also a brewery if you head left when you get there, which is two stories and you can get some shots of the vats from a few nice angles.
     

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