Seattle’s Discovery Park
At 534 acres, Discovery Park, is the largest city park in Seattle. It’s home to a lighthouse, dramatic views from the top of Magnolia Bluff, a water-treatment facility and Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center.
The trails, beaches, cultural attractions and wide-array of scenery make Discovery Park a popular place for recreation.
Wedding portrait session at Discovery Park in Seattle, March 29, 2013.
Fellow photographers at Discovery Park’s Lighthouse.
A sailboat passes behind a house where shrubs overgrow the front door.
The view from Magnolia Bluff shows pedestrians walking the beach, with the lighthouse barely visible.