seattle in film pt 2.

the gum wall.
brick buildings.
love art.

Photos from the rest of the day in Seattle. Nothing's better than finding an old disposable camera with 27 exposures around the house and getting them developed later that day. There's a secret brick road right by the market called the "gum wall" where people stick gum blobs to the wall. Pretty germy, but a really cool idea. As we were walking to the bus to head back home I saw bright pink posters plastered to the wall: love art and share it with the world.

20 comments

  1. My friend recently went to Seattle and posted pics of this wall on Instagram, I found it so fascinating! I've yet to visit but am looking forward to the future adventure!

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  2. one of the coolest photos of the gum wall i've seen! i live in the area but haven't been there in such a long time.

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  3. This makes me want to travel America so bad, Seattle just sounds so interesting, I love the idea of the gum wall!

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  4. Such amazing pictures <3
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  5. Oh gorgeous shots!!!!! :) LOVING your blog right now!

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  6. The gum wall!! So cool :) Whoever started it must feel pretty awesome.

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  7. that gum wall always grosses me out every time, but a hot spot to see for sure!

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  8. such gorgeous photos. seattle is one of my fave cities :)

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  9. that gum wall is grossly (?) awesome!! maybe i'll start one in chattanooga ha!

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  10. Wow, really awesome photos :) I love them all :D
    Amy x
    http://dontfeedthebirdsplease.blogspot.co.uk/

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  11. I like the second photo in particular! Great work!

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  12. The gum wall sounds gross-haha-but looks really cool in the photo. I've never been to Seattle, or Portland either. One day, I'll have to do a road trip around the Northwest. Also, I'm so glad you left a comment on my blog because now I've discovered yours! Following you now. :) xo, Mary

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  13. very cool. these pictures have such a nice vibe/feel to them :-)

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  14. Ive never been to that gum wall. Maybe when I'm out there in October?

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  15. So grungy and hauntingly beautiful. Great shots as per usual!

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  16. the gum wall freaks me out in ways i cannot explain but i love photos of it. these are all beautiful photos - i wanna go to seattle

    <3 katherine
    of corgis and cocktails

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