Monday, March 09, 2009

Grids & Reflections


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Here is a Monday abstraction to start off the work week. . .bleary eyed as we all surely are in the US from arising earlier. The colors and shapes of building and sky reflections in the multifacited Central Seattle Public Library captured my attention, especially the grid upon grid of waving colors in the lower left. I've shown this library to you here eight times in the last three years, including my very first post in 2006. I haven't featured the library since October of 2007 so here is a ninth view along with the previous ones (click # to view): 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Which is your fave? Hope you are having a good Monday!

10 comments:

Katney said...

Well, I haven't made it thorough all the library photos, but you will know that I will love all of them as I love all things library. I will come back when it actually is Monday and I have had some sleep because I was captivated when we toured the SPL a couple of years ago.

And as I am starting to sound more than a bit befuddled, I am off to sleep.

Pat and Abe said...

It is a striking photograph. The reflections are different.

Small City Scenes said...

Very nice---it looks like a water color. MB

Virginia said...

You do this so very well. Love this refelction shot. It's just gorgeous. I like that neon below as well. I got behind on my visits but I"m catching up with all of your great photos!
V

PS My word ver. is DIVATI!

Steffe said...

This is great . Lots of lines and reflections to look at.

cieldequimper said...

OK, I've looked at all of them, I really like the escalator, the carpet and this one, but my favourite is probably the reflection!

Maya said...

Wow, what a fantastic shot! I've tried and tried to take photos of this building and have never succeeded this well!

Tash said...

I just adored the library when I visited last summer. I try to send all my co-workers that are on travel in the area to see it. The nice people at the gift shop made sure I saw the red floor. This is such an unusual shot - it's amazing!

Shell Sherree said...

Amazing, Kim! I wonder if that's what the world looks like to a fly?

Kris said...

Beautifully composed. I really do like this one a lot.