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iPhone photo of downtown Seattle, Washington, from the 300 level of Century Link Field. Tweaked in Photoshop using the “faded glory” adjustment in Topaz Adjust. I kinda like the washed watercolor effect with the evening light…
A raw, uncropped Seattle panorama, taken from the north end of C-Link field.
Detail of the State Route 509 bridge in Tacoma, Washington. Found this angle while exploring the waterfront looking for an obscure (and surprisingly difficult to find) pocket park. More on that in a future post.
Issaquah, Washington is a charming little town. At least, part of it is. Half a mile away is a sprawl of chain-stores, but the old main street still has a lot of charm. You pass a milk-truck filling station on … Continue reading
Finally got around to sorting through the images from my WPPSS nuclear folly Satsop Development Park field trip. More pics of the nuclear reactor & cooling tower areas below, but first one of the positive things to come out of … Continue reading
Not really. But I did spend a good part of today inside the reactor building of a nuclear plant. Well, an almost-nuclear plant. The Satsop nuclear plant built by WPPSS (commonly referred to as “whoops”) was never finished, and now … Continue reading
Three views of summer, which finally seems to have arrived in the Pacific Northwest this week. 1. A playful shot at the Ananda Mela Indian festival in Redmond, Washington, which sported a number of homemade photographic backgrounds like this one. … Continue reading
I haven’t had time to thoroughly explore Seattle’s waterfront Olympic Sculpture Park, but one evening recently I poked into the park and saw this huge metal piece under ominous cloud cover, and it reminded me of the shape of an … Continue reading
Las Vegas is a bizarre combination of photo-op sights and ways to lose your money. I suppose the former are intended to steer one toward the latter. But one can easily remain entertained without ever playing the video poker machines. … Continue reading
7M8RCND9ESEP One of the bizarre scenes that makes up the city of Las Vegas. Venice gondolas and canal under painted skies at the Venetian hotel and casino. Panoramic view stitched from several separate photos.