Monday, October 15, 2012

Discovery Park

This weekend we contemplated how much we adore where we live. We easily take part in the city life we love, while being just a stone's throw away from the magical mountains, forests, beaches and all around beauty that is the pacific northwest. The best part of Saturday's walk through Discovery Park was getting caught in a downpour. Even though there might be a moment or two come June that we yearn for the summer to begin, after a few weeks of sun we are ready for the fall again and all the rain that comes with it. I suppose that means we were destined for this city...

               



14 comments:

KylaFord said...

pretty pictures. Love the red leaves!

Maria Camila said...

ABSOLUTLY BEAUTIFUL :)

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Kirsten Wiemer said...

oh my gosh, this is so so beautiful!

K

Sarah Kyle said...

Great photos!

Maria Morley said...

How gorgeous! I just love all of the trees! I wish we were able to experience the changing colors of the leaves where I live, but it just doesn't happen here!

Nessa @{Casa Braaflat} said...

you are so blessed to live somewhere that is this visually stunning. someday i will too! :)

Chelsea said...

Gorgeous pictures!

Jenny said...

Aww, how lovely! Your photos really epitomise autumn too! x

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helen said...

your city is so beautiful!! it looks like it belongs in a movie. the photos capture its beauty so well! i especially love the first picture with a path leading up to the yellow house. so lovely...wish we had fall leaves like that around here, too :)

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Laicie said...

Oh wow these shots are gorgeous... and your shoes are super cute!

jennifer blair said...

What a pretty place! You two are so adorbs!

his little lady said...

I must know where your shoes are from. SO perfect! And these pictures are beautiful! Gotta love Discovery Park in the Fall!
xo TJ

Yelle said...

This park looks absolutely beautiful! Wish I could visit right this moment! One day, I'd rather live in the Northwest rather than just visit it :)