Eagle Landing Park was the highlight of my visit to Burien (see my last post), but the quiet residential town south of West Seattle presents many more sketching opportunities. While I still had a bit of time, I headed to a location recommended by Jim Branson: an abandoned parcel at 1st Avenue South and…More
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Sketched April 17, 2013 A massive metal staircase cuts through Eagle Landing Park in Burien, connecting a woodsy bluff with a secluded beach facing Vashon Island and the Olympics. For Jim Branson, whose family owned this land for nearly 100 years, those 257 zigzagging steps are a mixed blessing. Perched on hollow concrete pilings, the staircase…More