Wednesday, December 30, 2009

«Columbia Center: 73rd Floor (Photo Heavy)»

The Columbia Center in Seattle, Washington has an observation deck on the 73rd floor. It's the tallest building in Seattle, Washington and well worth the small fee ($5.00 per person) to get to the observation deck. There's a guy in a suit that looks suspiciously like an Agent from The Matrix that sits up there to sell you the tickets.

These images were taken on May 19th, 2009 in Seattle, Washington when I was on my vacation. You'll definitely want to view the full post, there's some impressive photographs to see. Click an image to view full.

This is looking toward the iconic Space Needle.
Looking toward the Space Needle from the 73rd floor.
The historical Smith Tower looks so short from up here.
Looking down on the Smith Tower
The cityscape behind the Quest Field stadium looks so... flat.
Quest Field stadium and surrounding area.
Here you can see some of the labyrinthine overpasses of Interstate 5 through Seattle.
Interstate 5 Freeway
You know you're in a tall building when you're this far above the 4th tallest building in Seattle. You can see its roof in the bottom of this photo.
Roof of the Seattle Municipal Tower
I spotted an alien spaceship trying to hide on this building...
Saucer on building.


  1. Good Photos Marf. 73 floors is helluva high. They almost look like theyv'e been taken from a helicopter.

  2. @ Bunc: Nope, I've never been in a helicopter.

  3. Nice views. I have a vague recollection of Seattle that includes being up in the Space Needle, but it has been a long time.

  4. @ Looney: I didn't go in the Space Needle when I was there. My dad and I decided the Columbia Center would have a better view.


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