Located on the south slopes of Queen Anne Hill in Seattle, Washington, the Kerry Park offers a vantage point for site viewing within Washington.
It’s a 1.26-acre park provide a splendid view Seattle space needle, skyline and Mount Rainier.
It’s an exciting and exceptional photogenic location. The high-rise architecture, the magnificent snow-capped peak of Mount Rainer and the waterfront can be captured precisely from its top. The view also encompasses the Elliot Bay, the West Seattle Peninsula, the Bainbridge and downtown Seattle. So if for individual who has some interest of just the Washington city from a different perspective photographically then this is the ideal site.
The park, according to a plaque on the part of its wall, Kerry Park was given to the city by Mr. and Mrs. Sperry Kerry. They this to ensure that anyone would enjoy the view of the city, the highly scenic highland drive boulevard bordering the park has led to sometimes the park incorrectly referred to as Highland Park. The Changing Form, a steel sculpture installed in the middle of the park by artist Doris Totten, stands 4.6 meters from the midst of the park.
On one fine sunset, the park gives the best panorama of the fading sun. It’s where all professional and amateur converge to capture a gleaming city. But the sunset doesn’t set with all the beauty, the descending of the darkness also offer the best photographic scene of the city.