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The lighted symbol of Seattle at 45 has only about a half life of the light industry brick building pictured on this summer evening.
Nice contrast of colors and architectural style
Forty-five? Is that its age now? I remember when it first opened. I was working for NCR in 1963 and they wanted to have some special exhibits made for an industrial convention in Seattle. I remember working on sketches for that event but never did get to see the total exhibit. Time really flies.This is a memorable photograph. It looks like a golden pin or piece of jewelry.
Very interesting contrasts. Abe is right it does lokk like a jewelry pin. MB
The contrast of old and new is startling. THe light is just perfect in this photograph.
Love the criscrossing of the lines here and the whole photo! Could be a postcard! (A very GOOD postcard; meant that as a compliment!)
I like those vertical lines. It looks like it has sprung full-form from the roof of that building on the right. Great ambiance all around.
The lighting in the sky is the perfect backdrop for the other elements. I like the lighting or reflection in the upper left window too. I look forward to seeing your posts.
Very good photo! I just love the contrast!Greetings.
Kim, your eye for delightful compositions has proven itself once again. This is a very fine image!
What Louis said! Beautiful. My, I remember when it was built--the year I graduated from high school...
The composition is marvellous. The golden tones bouncing off the brickwork are wonderful too. I love to see landmarks shown from a locals view, not the toursit guide. Really puts things into perspective.
Kim, this such a luscious photo. It really is a feast for the eye with the contrast in light and dark, old and new, shiny and matte.... WOW!(standing up applauding)
Absolutely beautiful photo! I love the contrast. The colors and lighting are perfect!
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This looks like a postcard! Well done.
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