I was in Seattle for no more than three hours (unfortunately), but I still managed to take ninety-two photos. Seattle is full of vibrance and movement, which is why I fell in love with it the first time I visited four years ago. When my parents said we were going to Portland, I begged for a drive down to Seattle. We spent more time in the car than in Seattle, but it was well worth it.
Flowers were everywhere in Pike's Place Market, and they were absolutely stunning. Flowers of every color and kind banding together to become the most beautiful bouquets. If only I could've bought every bunch and filled my house with them like Gatsby did for Daisy.
Here's where the rainbow begins.
The Central Seattle Public Library (or was it the Seattle Central Public Library?) is a place of dreams. In addition to the incredible architecture, the interior is very modern, colorful, and booked to the brim. Stories upon stories of... stories! It makes me anxious to visit the libraries at my university (apparently there are seven). Hopefully one of them is at least half as cool as this one.
I went a little bit psychedelic in the editing process.
How I felt when I walked into this library.
And that was Seattle! Honestly, I don't think my photos do it justice. If you're ever headed towards Washington, I highly suggest making your way over there.