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Alki Beach Alki Beach

Alki Beach is the longest and most popular beach in Seattle. During the summer months it is a Mecca for sunbathing, cycling, inline skating, volleyball, jogging and walking.

Arboretum Arboretum

The Seattle Arboretum is home to a spectacular collection of flowers, plants and trees. It is the best place in Seattle to see the fall colors or spring time blooms.

Ballard Locks Ballard Locks

The Ballard Locks are where the Washington Ship Canal meets Elliott Bay. Over a million tons of cargo pass through the locks every year.

 

Downtown Seattle Downtown Seattle

This gallery includes views of downtown Seattle from various locations such as the Bell Street Pier, Dr Rizal Park, Harborview Hospital, the Smith Tower, the Aurora Bridge, and Gasworks Park.

Discovery Park Discovery Park

Discovery Park in the largest park in Seattle, at 534 acres. The park offers miles of beaches, spectacular views and is very popular with joggers and runners.

Ferry Boats Ferry Boats

The Washington state ferry system is the largest in the United States and the third largest in the world, with a fleet of 28 ships.

Fishermens Terminal

Fishermens Terminal

Fishermens Terminal is home to the Pacific Northwest commercial fishing fleet and serves over 600 vessels, including some from Deadliest Catch.

Fremont Fremont

Fremont is Seattle's most eclectic neighborhood, claiming to be the center of the universe. Their motto is "De Libertas Quirkas" - or, "Free to be Peculiar".

Gasworks Park Gasworks Park

This is the site of a plant used to create natural gas from coal built about 100 years ago. It's also the rust capital of Washington State.

Green Lake Green Lake Park

Green Lake Park is a popular area for recreation and relaxation. The most popular feature of the park is the bike path, used for jogging, cycling, staking or for just walking.

Hamilton Park Hamilton Park

Hamilton Park in West Seattle is one of the best places to get sweeping views of downtown Seattle from across Elliott Bay.

Japanese Garden Japanese Garden

The Japanese Garden is located within the Arboretum, and is an authentic re-creation of traditional gardens found in Japan.

Lake Union Lake Union

Lake Union sits in the middle of Seattle.  The north end of the Aurora Bridge is the best place for a panoramic view of the entire lake.

Lake Washington Lake Washington

Lake Washington borders Seattle's east side and is one of the largest lakes in Washington state.

 

Magnolia Magnolia Neighborhood

The Magnolia neighborhood lies along the north shore of Elliott Bay, with Magnolia Drive offering panoramic views of the downtown waterfront. 

The Monorail Monorail

The Monorail was built for the 1962 World's Fair - it runs between Westlake Center and the Seattle Center. Last year it was 50 years old.

Myrtle Edwards Park Myrtle Edwards Park

Myrtle Edwards Park is located on the shores of Elliott Bay just north of downtown Seattle. It is a great place to see Mt Rainier while biking or jogging along the waterfront paths.

The Monorail People of Seattle

This gallery features locals in real Seattle restaurants, bars and stores. All photographs are model released and can be used for commercial purposes.

Pike Place Market Pike Place Market

Seattle's historic Pike Place Market is the longest continuously operating farmer's market in the nation. We consider it the "soul of Seattle". 

Pioneer Square Pioneer Square

Pioneer Square is where Seattle really started. Many of the buildings in Pioneer Square date back to the late 1800's. They were built of brick and stone after the great Seattle fire of 1889.

Seafair Seafair

Seafair is Seattle's signature summer event, featuring the Navy's Blue Angels air show and the unlimited hydroplane races.

Seattle Center Seattle Center

The Seattle Center was the site of the 1962 World's Fair. It is home to Seattle's most famous icon, The Space Needle. 

Ships and Boats Ships and Boats

This gallery includes photographs of cruise ships, tug boats, sail boats, speed boats and kayaks.

 

Space Needle Space Needle

The Space Needle is Seattle's most famous icon. Originally built for the 1962 World's Fair, it has become a true symbol of Seattle and one of the most recognized structures in the world.

University of Washington University of Washington

The University of Washington is the largest university in the state of Washington. Most famous spot is "The Quad" where you find the fantastic Japanese cherry trees.

Victor Steinbrueck Park Victor Steinbrueck Park

"One of the grandest downtown lookout places is at Western Avenue where it meets Pike Place and Virginia Street." - Seattle architect Victor Steinbrueck

Views from the Space Needle Views from the Space Needle

These are views from the observation deck of the Space Needle, 520 feet up. This is the best place to get panoramic views of downtown Seattle, Mt. Rainier, Elliott Bay, and the Cascade Mountains.

Views from the Columbia Tower Views from the Columbia Tower

The Columbia Tower is the tallest building in Seattle - these are views from the 73rd floor. 

 

Volunteer Park Volunteer Park

Volunteer Park is where you can find the conservatory; Asian Art Museum, a conservatory with an amazing plant collection, and an old water tower with an observation deck.

Seattle Waterfront Waterfront

This gallery includes photographs taken along the downtown waterfront, the roof of the Bell Street Pier, Waterfront Park, from Alki Beach and from a harbor cruise.

Washington State Photo Galleries
Mt Rainier Galleries Mt Rainier

9 galleries with photos organized by viewpoint

Mt St Helens Mt St Helens

Views of Mt. St. Helens

 

Palouse Wheat Palouse Wheat Harvest

The Palouse area of eastern Washington has some of the best wheat growing soil in the United States. 

 

 Snoqualmie Falls

Snoqualmie Falls

Snoqualmie Falls is 270 feet high, located about one hour's drive east of Seattle. 

 

All pictures are available as fine art prints or digital stock photos

NEW! Selected Seattle area photographs are now available as HDR (high dynamic range) fine art prints. Be sure to visit our Seattle HDR gallery.

Fine Art Prints

Prints can be ordered as prints only, on canvas, on metal, or traditionally framed and matted with wood frames.

Digital Stock Photo Downloads Suggested Sizes

For best results, we suggest downloading the following sizes for these uses:

Personal Low-Res (1 Mpix) dimensions: 800 x 1200 pixels, use: personal blogs, web sites, presentations

Commercial Low-res (1 Mpix) dimensions: 800 x 1200 pixels, use: business blogs, web sites, presentations

Commercial Hi-Res (4 Mpix) dimensions: 1600 x 2400 pixels, use: newsletters, brochures, product packaging, software,1/4 to 1/2 page magazines, newspapers, post cards

Commercial Original (varies from 6 to 13 Mpix) dimensions: 2000 x 3000 to 2900 x 4300 pixels, use: annual reports, books, full page magazines, billboards, posters, POP displays, calendars, any other application where you need maximum resolution and detail

All photographs depicting recognizable individuals are model released.

If you have any questions: call Howard Frisk at 253-226-5717 or e-mail us at FriskPhotography@gmail.com.

 

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