Seattle Volunteer Park
"Black Sun" by Isamu Noguchi
Asian Art Museum - Ray and a camel
Asian Art Museum
Dahlia Garden cared for by members of the Puget Sound Dahlia Assn.
Foster Island/Marsh Island
Redmond Town Center
Bellevue Arts Museum
Exhibit: "Folding Paper - the infiite possibilites of origami"
Seattle Art Museum
Space Needle in Seattle Center
The Space Needle was built for the 1962 World's Fair.
Linda at one of 20 Installations of "Pianos in the Park"
Asian Art Museum - Exhibit: "Deco Japan: Shaping Art & Culture, 1920-1945"
At a public beach in Madison Park on Lake Washington
The Blue Angels performed their aerobatics over the lake during Seafair.
Installation hanging from the ceiling on the first floor of the museum
International Fountain in Seattle Center
Lots of day campers were enjoying the water on a very warm day. The fountain was originally built for the 1962 World's Fair; it was replaced and expanded in 1995.
Joyce and Linda at one of 20 installations of "Pianos in the Park"
Asian Art Museum - Poster for an event called "Deco Night"
Asian Art Museum - "Colored Vases" by Al Weiwei
The Blue Angels.
Lunch at Wild Ginger in Bellevue
Dick hosted lunch for the Plonskys and Chris Quinn Hudson.
Colorful installation using bicycle parts and glass
Historic Montlake Bridge opens to allow tall ships to sail through the Montlake Cut between Lake Washington and Lake Union.
Exhibit: "Folding Paper-the infinite possibilities of origami"
A recently restored painting by Jackson Pollock
USN ships offered tours on Seafair Weekend
Asian Art Museum - Joyce nuzzles a camel
Graffiti at the Montlake Cut by students at the University of Washington.
Joyce and long time friend Chris Quinn Hudson
Seattle Waterfront - Anthony's Pier 66 Restaurant
An artistic fish with a baseball theme - note the baseball hat; the scales are the coverings from baseballs.