For this challenge, capture something broken: an old window, a vintage sign, a toy never fixed, a contemplative friend. Or go deeper: find beauty in something broken. – The Daily Post
Wow! I’m finally back in these photo challenges. I just transitioned computers before I went on vacation so now, my PC is empty….literally. Other than some simple software, I really have nothing here. Everything is in my backup/external hard drive. But, good news is that I’m working on how to show off my trip to Seattle and the Alaska cruise. I traveled with some of my mom’s friends, which reminds me what being young at heart is because the energy they have is incredible. I spent a day and a half in Seattle and you don’t want to know how much places we went. Anyways, I’m trying to figure out whether to do individual posts or just highlight days…maybe a mix of both. Plus, a little cruising reflections and a special post that’ll make me happy to prepare for in memory of the cruise and the people I met there.
Either way, enough of this foreword on that. I just needed to get that update in case you were interested 😉 Here is pictures from one of Seattle’s places I went. This is from Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour. My mom and her friends, who are not so fluent in English, didn’t quite get it. But that’s because they didn’t get the Chinese version to listen to. Anyways, this tour is awesome and funny and in the sarcastic funny way that I like about the history of the underground city and how it came to be. Take my word for it, if you want to have a good laugh and entertainment and you’re in Seattle, go check this one out!!
To be honest, I think this is the only post I’ll have for this sightseeing location for Seattle but the Underground City is a lot of things but there is one fact you will agree with me, its pretty worn out and broken 😉