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This larger-than-life raindrop is a reminder that the Pacific Northwest thrives on the wet gift from the sky.
At 65 feet (20 meters) tall, it is the largest depiction of a water droplet in the world, so large that it was removed during the 2010 Olympics because it blocked the view of cameras filming in the area.
Know Before You Go
If you go in the morning there are fewer people in the area so you’ll have better photos.