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January 10, 2013 at 7:22 PM

Time-lapse video of Seattle skies above Space Needle

This 24-hour time-lapse video of the skies above the Space Needle Jan. 4, aka Seahawks “Blue Friday“, comes to you courtesy of our own rooftop webcam. Greg Anderson put it together using a still image captured every minute from midnight last Friday morning to 11:59 p.m.

A little after the 12th Man flag pops up on top of the Space Needle in the middle of the video, you can see there were plenty of bright blue skies to make the day especially fitting of its name.

For a live shot of this view from the top of our building at 1000 Denny Way, check out our rooftop webcam page.

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