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In yesterday's photo you could see this, the northern most of St. James Cathedral's two bell towers, illuminated in the sun and seen through the sliver between two high rises. Today's vantage point is from behind and looking slightly north and west towards the bay and the high rises below First Hill. Another Seattle photographer, Ervin Vice, commented when he saw this in my Flickr photos that, "Somewhere in this composition is a history in miniature of Seattle, and the different evolutionary periods of downtown." St. James is 100 years old, the nondescript high rises are from the 1970s, and 80s, and the condo complexes to the right with the red and yellow highlights are quite new. I took this shot from the 12th floor of the building in the back far right of yesterday's photo.