Needle in Space

The Space Needle is located in the Emerald City of Seattle, WA. Climb to the top of the needle in a unique way by visiting their website today. Created at the Seattle Center for the 1962 World’s Fair, it use to be the tallest structure west of the Mississippi River at 604 feet tall. Incorporated into this tourist attraction are a gift shop, observation deck and a rotating restaurant. During the World’s Fair in 1962, 20,000 individuals would ride it’s elevators every day.

I got a chance to visit the needle a couple months back, if you look closely at the images in this post you’ll can tell which month it was that I visited. Leave your guess in the comments section below. These are images of the needle from a somewhat unique perspective, playing around with perspective, and having a little fun with the needle in the background.

I hope you like these images, be sure to share with your friends and contacts.




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