59 imagesWelcome to LeMay America’s Car Museum in Tacoma, Washington. If you love vintage and extraordinary automobiles, you must make a visit to see this grandiose collection in person! Until then, please enjoy a brief tour of this popular attraction in this gallery. This gallery is specially dedicated to Rolf-Erik, a very impressive automobile and motorcycle enthusiast and, more importantly, a good friend of mine since my high school years in Stavanger, Norway. RIP Rolf-Erik, my dear friend. November 4, 1974 - May 25, 2015
24 imagesSeafair is Seattle’s annual summer festival that takes place in June, July, and August. Seafair Weekend is the grand finale of the festival when the most events are held for participants and spectators. Seafair observed its 65th Anniversary in 2014. Each year, one of the most anticipated and celebrated highlights of the festival’s finale is the performance of the US Navy’s Blue Angels, a flight demonstration squadron showcasing some of the most magnificent, thrilling, captivating, and marvelously choreographed aviation aerobatics over Lake Washington and the city. Seattle clearly loves watching the Blue Angels, whether they are practicing or performing. This year at Seafair was no different, and the Blue Angels delivered their talents, drills, and skills flawlessly above the Emerald City. Please enjoy this gallery of images featuring the Blue Angels doing what they do best!
46 imagesWelcome to the grand opening of the Seattle Grind’s new café in the Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle, Washington! Given its increasing popularity in the city, this was the opening of Seattle Grind’s *second* store, located at 1907 10th Avenue West. The original store is located at 516 Harrison Street across the street from the Space Needle at the Seattle Center! Stop by either location to jump start or conclude your day! TIA was very happy to photograph this event as the owner of Seattle Grind promoted original TIA images at its original location throughout 2013. The grand opening of the Queen Anne café, in May 2014, was very successful. The atmosphere was lively, fresh, and entertaining. The Ray Rivera band came to perform, and Seattle’s notoriously moody weather was pleasant and breezy. Make sure you stop by either location of the Seattle Grind and have some delicious coffee, tea, in addition to a fine selection of sandwiches or pastries. The service is friendly, personable, and welcoming! The new location has free wi-fi so stop by, get some coffee, and relax as you check your social media accounts! WEBSITE: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Seattle-Grind-Queen-Anne/868580386504943