Post Alley…Seattle


Quintessentially Seattle…alleys chocked full of bistros, art and shops. Oh, they even throw in a vintage item every now and then for you.

Can you find the old wringer washer in the alley?

Tip of the Day for Bloggers/Photographers:

Do you ever get in a creative rut? Get unstuck!

Last post, we talked about taking time to get off the computer.

Let’s take it another step further.

Grab a tablet and write manually on paper…you know that white stuff made from trees♥

Find a different environment outside of our home in PUBLIC.

Wouldn’t this setting at one of these bistros…free the clutter in your mind?

Find a spot in your city to let the words…thoughts…flow through YOU!

I promise you it works☺

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Can you believe it is the start of Memorial Day Weekend?

I will be back on Monday…



30 thoughts on “Post Alley…Seattle

  1. Love these street photos, Seattle is calling me! And I am eating up your tips for bloggers because those tips could very well be for photographers. Great stuff!

  2. Laurie, I agree about writing away from home as creative stimulus. Often I write on a notepad (I keep tucked in my purse) while I am waiting for my children as they attend music lessons. It makes waiting fun. I love the old wringer washer/planter!

    Blessings ~ Wendy

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  4. In college I remember trying to work at the coffee shops around town and campus – but my apartment or dorm was my place. Now I love sitting in the neighborhood shop and relaxing and doing some “work” – great shots!

  5. Yeah, I see the old wringer washer – very well captured… 🙂

    “Find a spot in your city to let the words – thoughts -flow through YOU”
    – very well said and indeed it works… 🙂 😉

  6. What a colour place to hang. I follow these girls from Seattle called ‘Hammer Like A Girl’, they make awesome cool stuff from salvage and reuse the most unlikely stuff. You might enjoy them.

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