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I like the colors of these apartment/condo buildings near the waterfront in Tacoma, Washington. Perhaps the city is trying to redefine itself with cheerful paint after being known for decades for the pulp-mill-fueled “Aroma of Tacoma”?
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.
Some time back I discovered the miniplanet. No, not poor demoted Pluto, but the technique of creating planets out of otherwise ordinary photographs. You can even get my image of “Planet Olympia” on a t-shirt. This new miniplanet is of … Continue reading
Seen sneaking around at Point Defiance Park, Tacoma Washington.
Abandoned — or at least very neglected — building in Tacoma, Washington.
I’ve been having an ongoing conversation about the ethics of photographing other people’s art. Clearly it’s one thing to take a photo of a public piece of art and identify it as such, while it would be clearly less ethical … Continue reading