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While in Seattle we took the ferry to Bainbridge Island and visited the historical museum. Bainbridge Island was host to a vibrant Japanese community and was the source of the first internees during WWII. They had an exhibit of portraits by Ansel Adams who later felt like his work had been misused for propagandist purposes.
Also, an exhibit of a local portrait photographer’s work in the bathroom… (space was at a premium, I guess)
Part of the Guinness Storehouse tour takes you past this waterfall with explanations of the importance of the water used in the making of Guinness Stout.