Some things never change. I've been stopping by Seattle's Pike Place Market for over 25 years. The same neon signs, the same stairs and the same view of Puget Sound. It's an exciting place to visit. Fresh flowers, local fruits, arts and crafts and the famous "fish throwing fish mongers" are all there. Established in 1907, Pike Place Market was the area's first farmer's market. That was before urban farmer's markets were popular and "locally sourced" were buzz words.
This photo is an example of the vibrant, yet enduring, scene at Pike Place Market.