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Old Posted Feb 24, 2020, 12:01 AM
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Until next time.
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Fantastic scenes!!
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Nice, it’s been years since I visit Seattle.
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Such a beautiful city surrounded by beautiful landscape. I think if I live in USA, Seattle would be my number one choice. Are the flowers still on the trees? You captured many different aspects of the city very well.
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Great tour! Thanks for sharing.
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Great pictures!
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I really love Seattle and miss living there in many ways. It's definitely in my opinion the most beautiful city in America.
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Nice!

Seattle, Austin, and Miami are the cities that I think have transformed the most in the past fifteen years.
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Great photo tour! I love seeing the houses on the hills.
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Thank you all for the comments. Glad you liked the set.

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It’s really an amazing city and these are great photos. It’s been about 4 years since I was up there, definitely time for another visit.
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Wow such a nice variety os scenes and angles and viewpoints, I will have to scroll through it again!
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So much to see... well done dude! Lots of great shots at many different times of day.
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Fantastic tour! Thanks for sharing. Love Seattle!
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Wow. If I were to cheat on LA, it would definitely be with Seattle.
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wow! this was epic.
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If Seattle had Denver weather, there would be 20 million people living there.
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If Seattle had Denver weather, there would be 20 million people living there.
I'll actually take Seattle's weather. Summers in Seattle feature much less heat than Denver, while winters feature much less extreme cold than Denver. Plus milder spring weather arrives earlier and colder winter weather arrives later than Denver. The average growing season in Seattle is 238 days while it's only 157 days in Denver. Granted Denver has much more sunshine which is especially nice to experience during the colder season (when Seattle is often cloudy/rainy), but other than that I personally prefer Seattle weather.
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