Sunday, April 11, 2010

summer program?

Seattle's Olympic Sculpture Park designed by WeissManfredi for the Seattle Art Museum is a 2,000 foot long criss-crossing path at the edge of downtown. The park is squeezed between the water's edge and the main risen highway that runs between downtown to northern Seattle's neighborhoods. It even holds hours according to sunrise and sunset... [so no making out under a weirdo sculpture without the cops busting in...dang].

Check it out:

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