Friday, May 11, 2007

Graphic Intersection


Photo & Text Copyright 2007 Seattle Daily Photo. All rights reserved, including reproduction or republishing.

I liked the design made by the curves of the curbs, the curb cut markings, and the cross walk lines. Even the shadows of overhead wires street section lines add something. This intersection is at Seneca at about 10th in downtown Seattle. I was on the 17th floor of a building across the street, looking out a north window to take this shot.

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Carol said...

Beautiful shot! The fact that there are shadows at all is great!

Carol

NDS said...

the yelow markings remind me of a bird's beak , great photo.

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James said...

nice perspective

Tomate Farcie said...

Very catching! I like it a lot, too!

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