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Spokane Seahawks fans

Spokane showed that you don’t have to be from Seattle to love the Seahawks. From busses to homes, blue and green dominated. Photos shot with an iPhone in the Hipstamatic app. by S-R photographer Kathy Plonka


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

The Seahawks 12th man emblem shines through the fog at Riverfront Park clock tower in Spokane on Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015. The Seahawks are set to take on the Patriots for a run at back-to-back Super bowl wins.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

Kindergartner Britta Kimbell, center, along with the entire student body at Wilson Elementary School show their Seahawk pride in Spokane on Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015. The school has temporarily renamed themselves as “Russell” Wilson Elementary.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

Busses near STA Plaza displayed support for the Seahawks in Spokane on Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

“I’ve been a fan since I was a kid,” said Lee Powers about the Seattle Seahawks during a visit to Brews Brothers cafe in Spokane on Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

Super Bowl decorations were for sale at Party Palace in Spokane on Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

The Happy Time Bar in Spokane is painted up and ready on Thursday Jan. 29, 2015, to cheer on the Seahawks.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

“I love the Seattle teams,” said Barbara Mellon as she waits for a bus at STA Plaza in Spokane on Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

This 12th man flag is on display in the window of a home on West Sinto in Spokane on Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

Students from Wilson Elementary show their Seahawk pride in Spokane on Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015.The school has temporarily renamed themselves as “Russell” Wilson Elementary.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

These Seahawk “Power” rings are on sale at Party Palace in Spokane on Thursday, Jan. 29, 2015.


Kathy Plonka - The Spokesman-Review

Wilson Elementary School cook Robyn Bechtold shows her Seahawk pride in Spokane on Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015.The school has temporarily renamed themselves as “Russell” Wilson Elementary.

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