I can’t believe the Seattle Polish Film Festival is celebrating it’s 25th Anniversary! I have been working with the festival and it’s producers, Seattle-Gdynia Sister City for the past 20 years and it’s been a blast! I hope you’ll take the time to check out this year’s screenings and parties and join us! Festival runs October 20-29, 2017. Click here to take a peek at what’s been happening so far.
This festival just keeps getting better and better! It was so nice to see people in the ‘hood’ take advantage of what was probably one of the last beautiful days in October. There were cake walks, music, and falcons! This year I had the pleasure of photographing about 150 families! West Seattle has a wonderfully rich and diverse community. What fun! Click here to download your photo.
Yup, we all need to have one. Unfortunately for me I tend to stop at too many and end up with more than I have room for! So, the “Two Sisters Sale” continues! Come by and take a look, there’s something for everyone!
Friday, October 6 and Saturday, October 7, 9 am to 2 pm. Follow signs near Westside School, 34th and 104th. Walk up the driveway, items in back yard.
Larger items include 3 vintage bar stools, unique wood and glass coffee table, art deco buffet, queen size sleigh bed, shelving units.
Books, costume jewelry, picture frames, home decor…..too much to list! And there’s a “free” box, too! Prices start at $1, everything is marked or make us an offer.
I’ve photographed Wyatt and his brother over the years and now it’s time for senior pics. How time flies! A handsome young man, we headed over to the park and did a walk from top to bottom. He’s into golf and tennis making the images more meaningful. Here’s a peek….
I had a few moments to spare before a meeting and pulled into Volunteer Park on Capitol Hill. Did you know the land was purchased in 1876 and first used as a cemetery!? and then later as this city park! The reservoir was built in 1901. The park was redesigned in1903 y the Olmsted Bros. and the water tower was built in 1907. Pretty cool to see what is have become…and nothing like enjoying what’s in your own backyard!
Took a little drive down thru Astoria, Cathlamet. Actually Mike drove and I shot thru the window! The Astoria Column and it’s sweeping views:
Then zipping’ on down the road to Cathlamet:
Mother’s Day is right around the corner. Have you found something special? How about shopping for unique arts & crafts over at C&P Coffee Company! Join me Saturday, May 13 from 8am-2pm at this charming West Seattle coffee shop. (5612 California Ave SW)
Dictionary art, photos cubes, glitter critters, wine cork ornaments and framed encaustics all make for fun Mother’s Day gifts or something fun just for yourself!
See you on Saturday!