UW Waterfront Walk Jul 2014

Images from my Canon G15  camera.    WA locations   ....UW Waterfront Walk, Montlake, Seattle WA.    July 25, 2014

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Fran, as always up a tree! A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14A flowering tree.... A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14The map of our walk... we went counter clockwise. A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14 The UW football stadium is in the background...quite a scenic place. A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14Fran wants me to come ahead to see a Bald Eagle. A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14Here's the bald eagle watching us from his high branch. A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14This must be a happy place for frogs.... A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14 We often see these racing shells in this protected waterway. A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14I think this "kid" is giving the boaters advice, but he scraped the small passageway as he went under our floating walkway! A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14Flowers nurture bugs in the city! A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14This looks a lot like a bird's nest. A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14 A 1937 totem carved by Haida Chief John Dewey Wallace in Waterfall, AK. (how did he get that name?) A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14A 1937 totem carved by Haida Chief John Dewey Wallace in Waterfall, AK. (how did he get that name?) A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14The Montlake Cut... a placard on the path. A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14Although bright & pretty, Purple Lossestrife is an invasive weed here. A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14 Vessel traffic can be rather crowded through the "cut" sometimes. A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14The Montlake bridge. A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14The I-5 Freeway bridge at Seattle is a prominent noisemaker in this background. A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14These ducks are unafraid of people (they get fed a lot by visitors). A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14 A very gnarley tree... A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14Aarrrgh, too big for a pirate to steal. A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14A peaceful place in a crowded city. A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14Great place for a park bench. A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14 Several boats pass under the Montlake bridge every 15 minutes.\nA walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14The antique control tower for the Montlake draw-bridge is a neat structure. A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14Local neighborhood sunflowers seen on our return to our car. A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14This marker for the "Seattle" arboretum is about a half-mile from our car parking place. A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14 This footbridge over the car road below is near the main arboretum buildings, where we left our car on this hike. A walk along the waterfront, from the Seattle Arboretum through the Montlake Cut in view of the stadium at U of WA. 07/25/14


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