Seattle

My husband and I have called Seattle home for the past 30 years and have seen it grow in ways that were simply unimaginable when we first moved here.

From the start, we knew we wanted to live downtown and rented a condo half a block from the iconic Pike Place Market. Other than purchasing a unit one floor below where we first rented, we have stayed in the same building all these years because we love it so.

Having a bird’s-eye view from our 10th-floor aerie, we can see the ferry boats plying Elliott Bay, all the way south to King Station, north to the entrance of the Market, and up to the Convention Center. Here are a few of my favorite Waterlogue paintings of our beloved adopted city.

The Seattle Great Wheel at Union Street
Along the Waterfront: The Seattle Great Wheel Up Close and Personal
Along the Waterfront: Bike Riders at Twilight
The Seattle Great Wheel at Union Street with Ferry Boat
Along the Waterfront: The Seattle Great Wheel and Pier 57
Along the Waterfront: Wide Shot
Along the Seattle Waterfront
Along the Seattle Waterfront: Looking South at Downtown and the Container Port
Along the Seattle Waterfront: The Seattle Great Wheel and Container Port
The Iconic Space Needle
Elliott Bay Marina
Along the Waterfront: Victoria Clipper Terminal
The Space Needle in Autumn
The Seattle Great Wheel and Sailboat at Sunset
First Avenue Looking North
First Avenue Looking South
Mount Rainier Tintype