Spring at Magnuson


We had a very cold, very wet, very cloudy winter and spring in Seattle this year. But there was one day in April that was so warm, sunny, and clear that I had to get out to the park. The horizon was surprisingly free of the haze we tend to have year-round, so Tahoma was the most magnificent I’d seen in a long time.

My first stop at Magnuson was at Promontory Point to take photos of The Mountain. (Above.) My next stop was at Kite Hill where I watched others taking advantage of the beautiful day and got a different view of The Mountain. (Below.)




My last stop was at the North Shore Rec area where people were happily taking to the lake in a variety of small watercraft.




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