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    Did you know there are 15-foot sharks living in the Puget Sound? We didn’t either! Check out this infographic for more little-known Seattle facts.

    Adams Mohler Ghillino Architects - Leschi Residence in Seattle, WA

    Seattle Public Library. Great spaces to sit and contemplate with amazing window architecture and light coming into the reading room.

    Rugged yet serene, Ruby Beach in Washington feels almost mythical, especially at low tide and in the fog. (From: Photos: Secret Beaches of North America)

    Even if you don’t stay at Seattle's Alexis Hotel, drop by and see the artwork in the lobby and the halls. They rotate it quarterly. Work by local artists is featured. But if you do stay, you might want to consider this fabulous suite!

    The Bookstore Bar @ The Alexis Hotel in Seattle

    Modern Pacific NW space

    This Guide to Coffee Drinks from Seattle's Pure Home is the best gift for a coffee lover!

    We might get plenty of rain here in Seattle, but you can't get tired of this colorful raining candy wall art!

    This Elko Series Coffee Table from Pure Home is perfect for a Northwest contemporary home!

    Plywood Coffee Table Walnut - Great for a NW contemporary space.

    Promenade Canvas Wall Art by Carol Carter

    The Blue Angels practice for their weekend show at Seafair

    Baby sea otter at Seattle Aquarium | Seattle's Big Blog -

    Woodland Park Zoo & Seattle Aquarium share their Seahawks pride

    Make sure you take a chance to see our wildlife when your visiting for an event or for pleasure! Here's an Orca family that stopped by our NW shores

    bluffs at Dungeness Wildlife Refuge (entrance to the spit) in Sequim, WA (LOVE it here)

    Photographing the Bald Eagles of Skagit River - north/east of Seattle, Washington

    Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge Boardwalk - Nisqually, Washington -- This used to be one of my favorite nature walks in the southern Puget Sound region. I lies just north of Olympia, WA. near Lewis-McCord military installation. Sadly they closed the 5-mile walk, leaving only the 1-mile trail. They drowned the 5-mile area and made it a bird sanctuary.

    Bob's Your Uncle Thomaspaul Scrimshaw Side Plates, Set of 4 ($40) found on Polyvore

    Lotta Jansdotter Orange and Gray Tray

    paintings: French Watercolor carol carter Glorious light and shadows!