Wonderful pictures of Gas Works park

Things move off of our entry page pretty quick sometimes. If you missed this post from Bioephemera, go take a look.

She has great pictures and a fascinating story about one Seattle's favorite places.

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A couple of years ago I posted on flickr a photographic "walkthrough" around the park, starting here. You move around by clicking on the links, in the notes on the photos. It's not linear, one can follow various trails. I hope you like it!