Michael Muston, left, and Ed Massa, both visiting from San Jose, Calif., examine the “Water Forest” sculpture at the Museum of Glass on the Thea Foss waterfront Wednesday in Tacoma .
Michael Muston, left, and Ed Massa, both visiting from San Jose, Calif., examine the “Water Forest” sculpture at the Museum of Glass on the Thea Foss waterfront Wednesday in Tacoma . David Montesino Staff photographer
Michael Muston, left, and Ed Massa, both visiting from San Jose, Calif., examine the “Water Forest” sculpture at the Museum of Glass on the Thea Foss waterfront Wednesday in Tacoma . David Montesino Staff photographer

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