Last Window of Winter
With just 11 days of winter remaining, I’m clearing out the snowy shots. This one taken from the broadcast studio of KAOS-fm radio, the station that broadcasts my show Spin The Globe every Friday morning. Yes, along with photography, I pursue a very non-visual communications medium. There is significant overlap, however, since I frequently photography bands and concerts and festivals.
This image romanticizes the station’s location a bit; in truth this is the only small window in this studio, and it emits only modest light into the basement station. KAOS is located on the campus of The Evergreen State College, and the school’s main plaza — Red Square — is located up the hill, beyond the wall, and past those oddly pruned trees. It was nice to have the fresh snow reflecting all that extra light in on this day a couple weeks ago.
As I mentioned yesterday, signs of new growth are already around us here in Cascadia, so more of those (warmer) images soon. Wave goodbye to this snow, and hello to the crazy, showery skies of spring.