Night Photography at Gasworks Park

Washington Gasworks Park

Added by Kyle Szegedi

Awesome views of downtown Seattle and easily accessible hangout spot near UW with great photo opportunities.

Everyone knows Gasworks Park for its awesome views of downtown Seattle. A great spot during anytime of the year, the park is even beautiful at night, when you can see reflections of the city lights in Lake Union. Make sure you bring a tripod to capture some awesome long exposure images!

During the day, you will see lots of people chilling on blankets and having picnics, and in the evening, a lot of UW students walk down the park, as it is only one or two miles from campus.

Pack List

  • DSLR camera
  • Tripod
  • Warm clothes/gloves
  • Flashlight
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Activities:

Chillin, Photography

Skill Level:

Beginner

Season:

Year Round

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Features:

Bathrooms
Dog Friendly
Easy Parking
Family Friendly
Food Nearby
Groups
Handicap Accessible
Lake
Romantic
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7 months ago

Killer Spot

Loved it! Awesome spot with great views all around. Was treated to an epic sunset while I was there.

7 months ago

9 months ago

Gorgeous photo!

...and a great idea for something to do on a clear evening.

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12 months ago

After stop by to either the Miir Flagship store or Stone Way Cafe for a beer after!

12 months ago

Added by Kyle Szegedi

Student of photography and videography. Currently residing in Bellingham, Wa. Check out my website www.kyleszegediphoto.com to see some more of my work!

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