10 (more) Photos to Inspire you to visit Seattle

 10 (more) photos to inspire you to visit Seattle

After a long delay, it’s time for another 5 Photos Friday this week! I know it’s been a while, but I’ve been out collecting lots of new content for these posts that happen on random Fridays. I started off the first 5 photos Friday with a 10 photo post featuring Seattle, and I’ve since added a few favorites to the list! So, here to celebrate my beautiful city are 10 more photos to inspire you to visit Seattle.

And don’t forget to check out my Instagram feed and Facebook Page with plenty of Seattle shots and more from around the world!


Rainbow over Gasworks park in Seattle

A rainbow over Gasworks park proves that Seattle has rain, but it also has sun!

Pacific Science Center Arches in Seattle

These huge arches at the Pacific Science Center show off some off Seattle’s unique architecture.

Christmas ship festival boat parade at gasworks park

We’ve got spirit despite a little drizzle. This is the grand finale from the Christmas Ship Festival’s annual boat parade at Gasworks Park.

sailboat and Great Blue Heron at Discovery Park

We’ve got plenty of beaches offering wildlife viewing and activities. Here at Discovery Park’s beach, low tide extends way out into the Bay.

Seattle skyline from Smith Tower

It’s a waterfront city, and a beautiful one at that! This is from the top of the Smith Tower.

Fog over Seattle

We’ve got impressively high viewpoints! Everyone to visit Seattke knows about the Space Needle, but did you know that the Columbia Tower is much higher? Go on a foggy day for this view.


Fremont neighborhood at night in Seattle

Seattle is made up of unique, urban neighborhoods. Fremont is the funkiest, considered as the “Center of the Universe” by Seattleites! Make sure to stop by Fremont the next time you visit Seattle.

Tiny Beach stand up paddle boarder and dog in Seattle

I already mentioned beaches, but it’s important to know that the city is surrounded by water, from lakes to the Puget Sound. Because of our proximity to water, water sports abound here.

Seattle Space Needle with lightning

Seattle has a very dramatic skyline. This is one of it’s most famous views, from Kerry Park.

snow-covered Mt Baker at sunset

On a clear day, you can see mountains in any direction from the city. This proximity to the mountains has earned Seattle some serious bragging rights amongst outdoor lovers. Certainly one of the top reasons to visit Seattle!


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  • Phil - Wow! Tracie, your work just keeps getting better and better.ReplyCancel

  • Hung Thai - Hi Tracie, I was sent here by Justin Plus Lauren’s travel blog, and I’m glad they did because this is awesome. These are beautiful pictures of places I see all the time (I’m in the Seattle area). The Space Needle picture is sweet!ReplyCancel

    • traciehowe - Hi Hung, thanks for stopping by! I’m glad they sent you too. Let me know if you ever want to get together and shoot some time. I’m in Seattle for a while and sometimes I even do small workshops here if you’re interested. :) Thanks for your comment!ReplyCancel

  • Dante - whoa!! Nice photosReplyCancel

  • Chris - That shot from the Columbia Tower is incredible!!ReplyCancel

  • Gemma - Wow, just wow. Such a talent. I adore travel photography. I need to get back to the Pacific Northwest to check out the nature, the lakes around Puget Sound look stunning.ReplyCancel

    • traciehowe - Thanks, Gemma! Yes, you should definitely come back in the summer so you can see the best of what the PNW has to offer. :)ReplyCancel

  • Mar Pages - I know its terribly cliche but a rainbow always gets me! I’ve never seen a full one from start to finish before, definitely a must do!ReplyCancel

  • Mar Pages - Those mountains are straight off a postcard!! Wonderful works Tracie :)ReplyCancel

  • Isabela - Oh, wow. They really do inspire me to visit Seatle. I’ll be sleepless in Seattle – visiting those pretty places!ReplyCancel

  • TCK Goes Home - My home away from home!! These are absolutely gorgeous, and they’re making me extremely excited about going this summer!

    Somin // TCK Goes HomeReplyCancel

    • traciehowe - Oh great! Sorry to make you miss home, but glad you’re excited to come back! Where are you now?ReplyCancel

  • Ryan Biddulph - Hi Tracie,

    Love the night shots! Everything pops on those. But also does with the day shots too ;)

    Thanks for sharing.


    • traciehowe - Hey Ryan! Thanks so much for the comment. I have a particular fondness of night photography if you can’t tell! ;)ReplyCancel

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