We will meet at my venue - One Heart Space where we will have a cup of coffee, tea or water and Seattle based chocolate. I will give you a brief introduction about the tour before we walk for a few minutes to the Space Needle grounds. I will take photos of you and the diverse landmarks, buildings, sculptures and the big fountain. I will tell you interesting stories about the history and the architecture of the Space Needle, the Mopop Museum and the big fountain. Then we will walk for about 10 minutes to the Olympic Sculpture Park which is part of Seattle Art Museum, the free and open to public outdoor sculpture exhibit. There are many unique sculptures and I will speak about the artists and their art. I will also take pictures of you next to the sculptures from different perspectives. Olympic Sculpture Park is part of Myrtle Edwards Park. There is a nice little beach and I will take some photos of you on the beach. There is a view of the Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains on the Olympic Peninsula. We then go back to the Space Needle where the tour ends. The whole tour will be about 1.5 miles round trip.
I am into photography and capturing the moment. I like beauty and enjoy playing with different perspectives to express what I see. I have been doing filming and photography for 20 years and I find taking photos outdoors most appealing with the light and shadows. The Space Needle grounds and the nearby Olympic Sculpture Park offers a lot of unique architecture, sculptures and fountains. Here I am inspired to take photos and I have learned a lot about the interesting sculptures and architecture in the area. I find art fascinating and I keep learning about the arts in Seattle and other places.
Seattle based chocolate.
I will provide coffee, tea and water.
We will meet at my venue, One Heart Space where we will have a cup of coffee, tea, water and Seattle based chocolate. We will walk to the Space Needle grounds and take photos of diverse landmarks, buildings, sculptures and a big fountain. We then walk 10 minutes to the Seattle Art Museums' outdoor sculpture park near the waterfront, Olympic Sculpture Park. We also visit the beach at Myrtle Edmonds Park and then walk back to the Space Needle.
Sculpture and Photo tour at Space Needle