Show us your Seahawks spirit

With the Seahawks in the playoffs, it’s even easier than usual to spot a 12th Man flag flying in support of the team. The flag has transformed the statue above, on Hewitt Avenue near Marine View Drive in Everett, into a giant show of Seahawks spirit. We’ve spotted a 12th Man flag flying atop a mighty tall tree on W. Mukilteo Boulevard. And even the Seattle Aquarium joined the fun last week, with divers wearing 12th Man jerseys and a 12th Man flag displayed in one of the tanks.

Above are a few photos of recent flag sightings, but we’re looking for more. Flying a flag of your own, or seen one in an interesting spot around town? Show us your spirit by sharing pictures at www.heraldnet.com/yourphotos or on our Facebook page.

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