|Gas Works towers frame a peek-a-boo view of the houseboats, seaplanes and Seattle Ducks on Lake Union-sketch by Michele Cooper|
|Ground level, eye level and the leveling effect of art.|
At the summit of Kite Hill, there is an ornate 28 foot circlular sundial mosaic, created in 1978 by Chuck Greening and Kim Lazare. With it you can use your own shadow to tell the time. From my vantage point atop Kite Hill, you could see the tourist boats like the Seattle Duck amphibious tours and the Seattle Ferry Service running the Sunday Ice Cream Cruise on Lake Union aboard the M/V Fremont Avenue boat.
Forecasts predicted rain, but it was warm enough to go without a jacket and I only felt two random drops. At least I hope those were raindrops. There were flocks of pigeons and Canadian Geese sharing the park with us today. 8.28.15
|Kate and I, sketching at our waterfront table at Ivar's on Lake Union.|
|Looking under the University Bridge from Ivars-sketch by M. Cooper|
|University Bridge opening for a sailboat, the CycleSaloon paddle boat and Ice Cream Cruise|