Seattle Space Needle from Queen Anne

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The Seattle Space Needle built for the worlds fair in 1962! Now a symbol of Seattle and the Northwest United States! The Space Needle Sits 605 feet above the ground!

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Comments (92)

mattia.benini on January 31, 2013

Beautiful shot! Voted + Like! Greetings from Italy (Romagna), Mattia

Deodato Lourenḉo on February 12, 2013

Many Thank You's Maurice for the Kind Comments, Many Thank You's for the Like 75 and Many More Thank You's for the FAVORITE 44!

Deodato Lourenḉo on February 12, 2013

Many Thank You's Oyvind for the Kind Comments, Many Thank You's for the Like 72!

Deodato Lourenḉo on February 12, 2013

Many Thank You's Bernard for the Kind Comments, Many Thank You's for the Like 73!

Deodato Lourenḉo on February 12, 2013

Many Thank You's Reimund for the Kind Comments, Many Thank You's for the Like 74!

Deodato Lourenḉo on February 12, 2013

Many Thank You's Mattia for the Kind Comments, Many Thank You's for the Like 75 and Many More Thank You's Everyone else for the 44 FAVORITES!

Dominique Rolland ✩☂ on February 24, 2013

Merci beaucoup pour tant de beauté

Amicalement

Domi

Tomros - Pano on January 7, 2014

excellent light!

Like 80.


greetings, tomas

Jurek Adamski on September 7, 2014

Piekne nocne foto. L+F

Pozdrawiam. Jurek

Deodato Lourenḉo on September 7, 2014

Thank you Jurek Adamski for the kind words and for the Fav #45 + Like #81!

Oremo Ochillo on November 9

Make sure to check out the New Years eve fireworks display from the base of the Space Needle. It's not quite Vegas or anything but fun nonetheless

Butter Scotch on February 26

I love it! Very beautiful! 41+82!

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on December 16, 2012
  • Attribution
    by Deodato Lourenḉo
    • Camera: Canon EOS 7D
    • Taken on 2012/12/13 05:56:06
    • Exposure: 20.000s
    • Focal Length: 200.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.600
    • ISO Speed: ISO100
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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