Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Red Panel & Fountain Courtyard

A shocking tomato red opaque panel extended through a glass wall from the interior of an elevator lobby to the exterior courtyard of Seattle's new (2003) City Hall, filtering morning light and separating the entrance area from the inviting splashing fountains in the courtyard on a bright, hot summer day. This was taken a few steps from yesterday's photo, but looking down and to the south this time. Posted by Picasa

6 comments:

santy said...

very nice lighting on this shot, Kim :)

Ryan of OC Photos said...

Beautiful photos all week. Great job as usual.

Run Around Paris said...

I really like this photo - the lighting is awesome.

Neorelix said...

Great clarity and edge to this shot - it's a little mesmeric.

Daniele Marioli said...

Hi!
It appeals to the light that you have captured in this release! you have much great photos!
Compliment!

Kim said...

Thanks very much for your encouraging remarks, guys! This is the first B&W shot I've posted, and I wasn't satisfied with it, but still loved the texture the light made of the geometric shapes oon the pavement against the smooth ness of the opaque panel and the splashy light and dark of the fountains.
-Kim