Singer/songwriter and Seattle native Sera Cahoone draws inspiration from her surroundings. As many of her songs are about nature or water, in this episode she takes famed National Geographic photographer and local Seattleite Aaron Huey into both Capitol Hill’s Volunteer Park and on the Bainbridge Island Ferry to see what make them such special sources of creativity. This is #OpenStudio.
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This series was produced in collaboration with National Geographic.
Home to the Volunteer Park Conservatory and an historic water tower, this Seattle landmark offers nearly 50 acres of prime Northwestern outdoor beauty to both visitors and locals alike.
|Washington State Ferry|
The Washington State Ferry system operates out of Pier 52 on the Seattle waterfront with hourly departures for Bremerton and Bainbridge Island. Both trips are perfect for those off-the-beaten path travelers who want to spend the day outside the city without going too far.
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