Thursday, May 03, 2007

Rainier Beach Bus Stop After a Rain Shower


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These riders were all huddled under the bus shelter as a morning shower subsided and the sun peeked out. This bus stop is in the Rainier Beach neighborhood in the south of Seattle. The diverse backgrounds of people in this area are well represented in this grouping. There is more apparent ethic diversity in the south than in the north end of town, which was heavily settled by northern Europeans early on and remains more homogeneous than the south. Many bus shelters throughout Seattle feature art work that represents the neighborhood or that was done by artists or residents of the area under the bus shelter mural program of the city and county transit programs. This shelter honors local heroes.

3 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

You did a good job on this picture. It is a collection of people who probably never get this close in their neighborhoods. I like it. I also like your narrative.

April said...

An interesting photo with a lot to see, not only the real people but the people in the background, too.

Carol said...

I had to crck up at the "Mike Brady" on the mural... obviously not the Mike Brady of The brady Bunch fame -- thank goodness!

Carol