CHS Pics | This week in Capitol Hill pictures

Capitol Hill and the nearby lends itself to great imagery. Social media is filled with images of the places and streets around us. We share some of the best here. To be included and help us find your stuff, use the #capitolhillseattle tag on Instagram or ping @capitolhillseattle or @jseattle via Twitter.

We still also have lots of love for the CHS Flickr Pool and its more than 36,000 photographs — most of Capitol Hill images, many glorious, some technically amazing. The pool is a mix of contributions from Capitol Hill shutterbugs. With changes at Flickr, its days of an amazing, free for most repository of great photography have shifted but we’re still watching.


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Rectangles Everywhere Model: @neeesh_neeesh

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Chrome holo bug 🐌 Photo a day | #fms_quirky

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#Cancer and #Chemo weren’t part of my 2018 plans but here I am. Last September I was diagnosed with chronic lymphocytic leukemia or CLL which is a #lymphoma type cancer affecting blood, bone marrow and lymph nodes. Once the amazing doctors at @kp_washington #CapitolHillSeattle figured out what was going on with my body, the treatment journey began. After the endless batteries of genetic blood test, biopsies, CT scans came the chemo regiment – 18 planned infusions over 6 months. Today’s treatment is infusion number 12 and *maybe* the last. This life event is a transformative one and is helping refocusing my priorities to say the least. The good news is that I will be having tests done in a couple weeks which, if promising, could spell the last of the chemo and cancer for a long long time… Keep your fingers crossed and send those positive vibes our way. I have had to put my creative and professional plans on hold after a broken ankle this Spring and now the cancer diagnosis… But something tells me I will be back with a more focused intensity on how I want to change+ the world through photography. Its what I want to focus on, that and being a good partner to my girlfriend and brother to my family. Thank you in advance for your love and positivity but please keep some for yourself and don’t forget to GET SCREENED regularly! Check out the quick interview I did with my friend @chriscashmanonline today (link in my bio) and forgive my nervousness- I hadn’t planned on making this public until recent lymphoma, CLL and leukemia news here in Seattle… A special thank you to @mytamn for sharing your exceptional, exemplary life with me in advance of treatment. @joycetaylorkingtv too for spending hours keeping me company during the treatments- you have a heart/soul of gold. Stay tuned ✌️❤️📸

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