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Magnuson Park is a 350-acre park in NE Seattle. It was original a Naval Airbase and was transferred over to the city to become a public park. It is one of my favorite spots for photos because we have so many different options to choose form all in one park.


For Little Sessions, we can pick one spot in the park and use that for our session.


For Classic Sessions (1 hour) we have time to explore a bit more and can likely fit in 2 of the backgrounds


For Heirloom Sessions (2 hours) we have time to explore the whole park and can choose a variety of spots!


Here's an over of some of the different spots:


Magnuson Park Beach


Grassy Fields




Urban "Fin Art" instillation


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The Center for Urban Horticulture is by far my favorite spot for photos! Just minutes from The University Village it is a hidden gem in the middle of the city.


Not only is this spot georgous any time of year, it has so many different backgrounds to choose from.


For Mini or Little Sessions, we can pick one spot in the park and use that for our session.


For Classic Sessions (1 hour) we have time to explore a bit more and can likely fit in 2-3 of the backgrounds


For Heirloom Sessions (2 hours) we have time to explore the whole park and can choose a variety of spots!


Read on for an overview of each spot in the park



Gardens:



Urban Greenhouse:



Trails



Apple Grove (this is a limited location, since it is closed when there is a wedding happening)


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Magnuson Park has so many different spots for great photos! PNW rocky beaches, fields, folliage, and one of my favorite spots - the Fin Art near Kite Hill


Fin Art at Magnuson Park - in this art instillation old submarine parts have been converted into faux whale fins that are scattered throughout the field below Kite Hill. It is a perfect nod to the PNW (and NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association, which is just north of Magnuson) and reminder that Magnuson Park was originally an army base.


I love this spot for photos because it gives us interesting backgrounds! With the beach just steps away we can get some natural beach photos, and then by walking to the sculptures, a more urban feel.








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