The Frank Gehry-designed Museum of Pop Culture (formerly the EMP Museum) obscures a portion of the adjacent Space Needle at the Seattle Center.
The Seattle Space Needle towers over the Seattle Center and the surrounding Lower Queen Anne neighborhood.
The iconic Space Needle rises into the clear blue sky over Seattle.
The Seattle Space Needle rises into the overcast Washington sky.
A helicopter flies past Seattle’s Space Needle on a clear late-summer evening.
Seattle’s Space Needle—built for the 1962 World’s Fair—rises above the surrounding trees at the Seattle Center.
The Seattle Space Needle as seen along 6th Avenue near the intersection of Blanchard Street.
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