Monday, October 09, 2006

Catching the Day's Last Slow Goodbye


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Sunset at Boylston Avenue E. and E. Aloha. The light reflecting from the side of the apartment building caught my eye. It wasn't until I'd walked a block closer to check out the glowing building that I noticed a familiar form peek out from the background.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

I never get bored seeing the sunset. This one is beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Superbe photo de coucher de soleil, la lumiere est tres belle

Anonymous said...

Oh, i love sunset :D

is it true that Seattle is sleepless?

zannnie
http://singapourdailyphoto.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

truly great Seattle photo, wonderful!

luggi said...

Lovely.

edwin s said...

wonderful shot kim!

Anonymous said...

oh, yes..i didnt at first either..but the lovely colours draw me there!

Kate said...

Double pleasure: nature and a landmark!

Anonymous said...

I love sunset too!!
:)
beautiful colours!1
Of course, as Zannnie, I am thinking of that touching movie too~~ :P
beeautiful city, beautiful story~~
:D
...Jing

Kim said...

Many thanks for taking a peek and leaving such kind comments. And your question about the film "Sleepless in Seattle" reminds me that I want to take a photo for you from the sidewalk where Tom Hanks asks Rob Reiner a memorable question. :-)
-Kim

John - Melbourne said...

Love shots like these, well done.

Ryan of OC Photos said...

Great photo Kim. I love the fall when it gets colder and the light seems perfect for the whole afternoon.