When I think of the best Seattle viewpoints, places such as Kerry Park, Alki Beach, and Rizal Bridge come to mind. Until yesterday, I had never heard of the Mt. Baker Ridge Viewpoint. It is located at 1403 31st Avenue South, in a small neighborhood commercial district directly atop the I-90 tunnel, at the high point of the Mt. Baker Ridge. The Viewpoint offers a wonderful perspective of downtown, the Olympics and Puget sound. I visited the viewpoint last night and this morning. The photograph is from this morning. It is a 7-shot stitched panorama (with the camera in portrait orientation). The final image is a whopping 114 Megapixel file with detail and sharpness than could give you a corneal laceration if you look too closely. Please click on the opening image to see a larger version. I promise it’ll be worth your while. Below are a couple of thumbnail links to 100% crops. Click on them to see the original sizes (slightly degraded by JPEG compression artifact). BTW, did you notice the peek-a-boo view of the Space Needle?