Seattle is Wide Awake and Beautiful

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Foggy Atmosphere by Danny Seidman on 500px.com

Sleepless in Seattle does not apply this week, as the town readies for their second Super Bowl appearance. If you live in Seattle, or have had the pleasure to visit, I think you’ll agree it’s one of the most beautiful cities in the United States.

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Seattle is the center of King County with a population of only 600K, but the metropolitan area is home to over 4 million. The city is situated between Pugent Sound and Lake Washington, and is 100 miles south of the Canadian border. The Olympic mountains lie to the west and the Cascade Range to the east. The area is very easy on the eyes.

Starbucks, Amazon.com, Nordstrom, Costco, and Microsoft are just a few of the major organizations with headquarters in Seattle. Seattle had been the long time home of Boeing (they make planes), before Boeing moved to Chicago in 2001. Boeing still has two major manufacturing plants where planes are assembled.

Seattle is infamously known for its rain. However, you might be surprised to hear that New York, Washington D.C., and Boston actually receive more precipitation than Seattle annually. If you’re looking for a sunny Seattle, your best chance is from May to September. During the remaining months, you can expect 85% of the days to be cloudy.

Danny Seidman is talented Seattle photographer that concentrates on Seattle and the Northwest. The mountains, water, and crisp skyline make for a landscape photography dream.

Morning Light by Danny Seidman on 500px.com

Piering at a Rainbow by Danny Seidman on 500px.com

Downtown Sunset by Danny Seidman on 500px.com

Floating in the Clouds by Danny Seidman on 500px.com

Waves of Silk by Danny Seidman on 500px.com

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The Seattle Seahawks meet the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday February 2, 2014 in lovely East Rutherford, New Jersey . Head Coach Pete Carroll and Quarterback Russell Wilson lead the Seahawks. The Seahawks only other appearance in the big game came in 2005 (Super Bowl XL) where they fell to the Pittsburgh Steelers 21-10.

Peter Carroll and Russell Wilson

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Finally, we send you out with Seattle’s finest musical group ever, Pearl Jam. Seattle, and the Seahawks, are definitely “Alive” this week.

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