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Go All Over

Discovery Park, Seattle

Story by OLIVERS April 8th, 2015

Discovery Park in Seattle sits at the edge of the Puget Sound. What was once home to Fort Lawton and thousands of prisoners of war, now hosts miles of beautiful running and cycling trails. The drab, grey Seattle sky sets this historical site in an eerie silent fog, and running alone can be transcendent. In between the sound of your breath, falling footsteps, and slowly crashing waves, you can almost hear a air raid siren—far away, almost one hundred years.

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Footnote: All photos by Andy Bokanev. Running by Kelly Burger.
Discovery Park Boulevard, Seattle, WA, United States