Night Photography at Gasworks Park

Washington Gasworks Park

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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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Killer Spot

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

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Gorgeous photo!

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

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

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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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