The Smith Tower has been a Seattle landmark since 1914, and was the tallest building on the West Coast until the building of the Space Needle in 1962. The building has a long and interesting history, and is still thriving today. It fits in beautifully with neighboring Pioneer Square, from where the building is photographed every day. Aww, so many angles and so little time. Photo: Taken from Pioneer Square in Downtown Seattle on 31 July 2012.
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