Here are the rest of the photos of Seattle, continued from the previous post . . . this time with the smaller and older buildings . . .
This was one of my favorites - such detail . . .
An apartment house in the middle of businesses . . .
Oh look - someone has made a little garden on top of the apartment building . . . it seems to be walled in with plastic panels - perhaps to keep the wind off the garden . . .
Did you ever wonder what the top of a gas station canopy looks like? Well, wonder no more . . .
A house, painted a soft green - in the midst of the big tall buildings . . . wonder who lives here . . .
Someone left the dormer window open - it is going to rain - they better run upstairs and close the window . . .
A church? A seminary? Church headquarters?
Another home - dwarfed by all the skyscrapers . . .
And yet another. At one time this must have been a family neighborhood . . .
A sad house - all boarded up and the windows are covered with plywood - do you think this house sits quietly and remembers the fun times and the families that lived here?
Another church - built of stone, with a very mossy steeple . . .
This wonderful building reminds me of an old high school - do you think it could be?
So many wonderful windows . . .
And so we come to the end of our tour of one little part of Seattle - it is so interesting and I'm sure these buildings hold many memories.