Seattle Streets After the Playoffs. . .

I thought maybe those of you who do not live here might enjoy seeing what downtown Seattle looked like after the game yesterday.  Smiles, high-fives, hugs. . .  even if you were sitting in the gridlock of post-game traffic, someone would run by your car and give you a high-five.  For Seahawks fans, it’s a dream come true to be heading to the Super Bowl again.  Yesterday’s game was a dream that began as though it might be a nightmare, but transformed, in the final moments, and delivered a grand and happy, surprise ending to the 12th man.

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Categories: 12th man, Exploration, football, Low light photography, Night Photography, Occidental Square, Pacific Northwest, Pioneer Square, Seahawks, Seattle, sports fans, SurprisesTags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

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