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After crossing the bridge, I arrived on the Meadows, a section of the park planted with native grasses and flowers. Though it is here that Alexander Calder's <i>Eagle</i> proudly stands, the bright-red chairs set along the path is what caught my eye the m

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Originally appeared in Olympic Sculpture Park
on November 1, 2010
After crossing the bridge, I arrived on the Meadows, a section of the park planted with native grasses and flowers. Though it is here that Alexander Calder&#039;s &lt;i&gt;Eagle&lt;/i&gt; proudly stands, the bright-red chairs set along the path is what caught my eye the m
After crossing the bridge, I arrived on the Meadows, a section of the park planted with native grasses and flowers. Though it is here that Alexander Calder's Eagle proudly stands, the bright-red chairs set along the path is what caught my eye the most—especially those placed looking out toward the Puget Sound and with their backs to the aged-yet-still-iconic Space Needle.

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