Privacy, most of us want that in our lives, some more than others.
Here in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square,
a rooftop patio runs the width of the building
between Western Avenue and Post Alley.
This opening faces west on Western Avenue.
As I looked up and saw this private patio
where one could be in the city and yet,
not easily observable from the street
while enjoying a bbq or other outdoor gathering,
it was at once attractive.
I love these old red brick buildings
and if life circumstances were different
and I had an opportunity,
I’d jump at the chance to live in town in a place like this.
At least for a while…
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