December 31st, 2010 at 3:19 pm | Posted by Wendi Dunlap
In 2010, many of you continued to contribute great photos to the Beacon Hill Blog photo pool on Flickr. The photos you see here today were chosen from the more than 600 photos that were posted in the photo pool during 2010. Some were chosen because of their photographic beauty; others, because they captured newsworthy moments on the Hill. Some of these we’ve published before, and some we haven’t.
We would like to thank all of our wonderful Beacon Hill photographers for posting photos to the pool and their generosity in allowing us to share them with you. Please click on each photo to visit the original photographers’ pages on Flickr and let them know how much you enjoy their work!
We hope you enjoy this look back at 2010. Happy New Year!
Some of these photos are viewable in a gallery on Flickr.
Remember summer? Bridget Christian captured this amazing shot of a swimmer in mid-air.
Freeman Mester was awake to see this amazing sunrise over mid-Beacon Hill.
Raccoons may be annoying sometimes, but you can't deny that these are awfully darned cute. Photo by Bridget Christian.
Fire jugglers performed at the NEPO 3 art show in June. Photo by Dan Bennett.
Face painting at the Piñata Party in July. Photo by Jason.
Someone messed up when painting this road stripe on Holgate. Photo by divide.
Jefferson Park in the snow looked almost unearthly. Photo by Furchin.
Another view of the NEPO art show in June, by Dan Bennett.
Brrrr! Only two weeks after record temps in the 70s, Beacon Hill homes were bedecked with icicles. Photo by b. schaffer.
Neighbors got together several times this year to plan for a future Beacon Hill that will be bicycle- and pedestrian-friendly. Photo by Dan Bennett.
Jessie McKenna was a major force behind both ROCKiT space and the Beacon Rocks! music series this year. Photo by Julia Cheng.
El Centro de la Raza in a strange October morning fog. Photo by Joel Lee.
A reminder to be a careful cyclist (or pedestrian, or driver). Photo by Dan Bennett.
On Seattle Night Out in August, block parties were held throughout the neighborhood to enjoy the summer evening with one's neighbors. Photo by Bridget Christian.