Sculptures on the Seattle Waterfront

Here are a few of the sculptures we saw when wandering about on the Seattle waterfront yesterday.

The man himself is immortalized at Pier 54 in front of Ivar’s Acres of Clams:

Ivar feeding the gulls. The scale is interesting. Ivar was a larger than life figure . In this sculpture the gulls are larger than life and Ivar is about right.

Also at Pier 54 is Ye Olde Curiosity Shoppe (moved to a new location). I class totem poles as a type of sculpture:

My dad with colorful totem poles.

At Miner’s Landing (Pier 54), a place with several eateries and the giant Ferris-wheel, there were several wooden sculptures:

Two views of a sculpture beside the aquarium (Pier 59):

At Pier 66 , which was for many years the main offices of the Port of Seattle-Dad worked there throughout my childhood), was this fun fish fountain:

For Tuesday Photo Challenge: Sculpture

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