Hot spot glass reveals stunning views of Seattle, Puget Strait and Columbia, Wash., with many hot spots glassed out in the background.
The glass is a kind of magnifying glass that lets you see the city as seen through a telescope.
The Washington HotSpot Glass has some unique features.
You can see the Columbia River at the edge of Puget Sea glass, and see the Pacific Ocean through the glass at the top of the glass.
You can also see the river through the upper glass, which is the most reflective, the glass is the strongest and the best for underwater visibility.
The new glass also lets you look out over the Puget Island at the mouth of the Columbia.
The Glasses were originally built by the Washington State Department of Ecology.
It’s not clear why the state decided to put the glass on the streets of the capital.