A Week 13 - Seattle

I went to Seattle last week, and wanted to share some photos.

Ah yes. Back in the USA.

Also went to Rainier Mountain on the way.

But the real charm of Seattle is in the city. By the way, how do you like my new kicks?

Pike Place Market. Was opened in 1907, making it one of the oldest American markets still in operation.

Pike Place feels like this.

Is filled with things you probably don't need...

...but feels a hell of a lot more sincere than your local supermarket.

Also, as most people know, the first Starbucks is located here. Capitalism at its best.

I don't know how I feel about this giant corporation taking so much attention from the low income residents of the market.

Seattle feels eerily similar to Vancouver. These photos could easily have been from Vancouver, and nobody would have noticed.

I love these UPS trucks.

But am not liking the color of the busses here.

But I really dig the city.

It has character.

And feels vibrant.

I also got to check out the iPhone 4, which isn't yet available up North.

Do you see the pixels? Didn't think so.

The phone feels great. I don't know if I'm crazy but I almost wish it was slightly heavier.

It's the iPhone, what more can I say?