Last month when we were in Seattle, Lori and I decided to stop by Utilikilts, the company that makes those awesome, mutli-functional kilts. When we arrived at their store, there was a sign saying that they had moved to Pioneer Square. After searching around Pioneer Square for a while we finally found them located in a back alley, but unfortunately they were closed that day.
So, since we were there I decided to shoot some photos of Pioneer Square, Seattle’s first neighborhood and an area that I hadn’t really explored before. I shot shoot some photos of Occidental Park, the Fallen Firefighters’ Memorial, Smith Tower, the Waterfall Garden and a bunch of other stuff. As we were walking around we I discovered that Pioneer Square was also the birthplace of United Parcel Service (UPS) in 1907, which was an interesting bit of trivia to come across.