Can you guess where I spent a fun filled 48 hours? Seattle, Washington! That’s the Space Needle in the background reflection.
There was sooo much fabulous photo inspiration in Seattle. The Chihuly Glass Garden was the most AMAZING thing I’ve ever seen. This is just a very small sampling of all the wonderful colors and shapes.
We visited the open air market down by the waterfront.
Who says you can’t be inspired by your food? Just look at all these wonderful colors and textures.
This was the side of a building in Post Alley that has turned into a gum wall. An icky form of art?!
The Great Wheel on the water front.
A blue and gray sundown taken from the Great Wheel. I love that it’s not your typical yellow and orange sunset.
We went up in the Space Needle which was built for the 1962 World’s Fair.
An awesome Victorian Romanesque building in Pioneer Square.
All these colors and textures makes me want to quilt! How about you?
Hope you enjoyed this little bit of Seattle inspiration!