|3/7/13 Kuretake Fountain Brush Pen, Pitt Big Brush marker, Hand Book journal|
Although the Northgate Branch of the Seattle Public Library doesn’t showcase stately Carnegie-style architecture, it’s probably one of the best branches in the city for scenic seating. In addition to the usual carrels and desks, the branch offers a long line of lounge chairs facing floor-to-ceiling windows that look out over a park. You can sit in one to read a pot-boiler novel and pretend you’re on a cruise ship.
I left my pot-boiler at home and instead sat in one of the lounge chairs to sketch a stand of tall trees lining the perimeter of the park. On the other side of the trees is the Pacific Medical Center’s Northgate location.