Friday, June 05, 2009

Skywatch: Narcissus

Narcissus

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Gazing at itself all day long. . .
The evening sky in Seattle lives up to that old TV show theme song, "The bluest skies you've ever seen, in Seattle. . ." To gaze UP at skies around the world, take a peek at [swf3.jpg] Friday.

16 comments:

Sally in WA said...

Wow! Love the reflection of the Needle on the windows. Great shot.

Denise said...

That's a fantastic photo. Love the angle on the Needle and great reflection.

cast in the name of god, ye not guilty said...

Love this and love the colors!!

Martha Z said...

A great shot of the space needle, very creative.

Lily Hydrangea said...

beautiful blue indeed. This is a great skywatch!

Wayne said...

I used to like that song a lot, mostly for the melody I think. Wasn't it sung by Perry Como? I didn't know (or remember) that it had been a TV show theme.

Another clever SN shot Kim.

storyteller's other blog said...

Nifty reflection and perspective against this deep blue sky!
Hugs and blessings,

Karen said...

That icon of ours, so self-involved! Nice shot, happy SWF from your fellow Seattleite!

Greensboro Daily Photo said...

Love those distinctive skylines and Seattle's is just that. We know where we are when we hit your fabulous Sky watch post. And then there is that precious black dog with the most loving expression!

Don and Krise said...

Great color here. I do remember that song very well. From the TV show "Here Come the Brides". Boy, that dates me doesn't it?

Bibi said...

Ha, that's a good one! Never thought about the Space Needle being vain!

brattcat said...

So many ways to see the Needle. Thank you for teaching us to explore unconventional angles.

Anonymous said...

vanity oh vainity! the needle has definitly aged very indeed-not a wrinkle to be seen...with a figure like that, i'd be checkin myself out too!

cieldequimper said...

Mirror mirror on the wall... Gorgeous!

Michelle Johnson said...

Great introspective shot and deep blue skies. I love days like this one.

Arija said...

A great latersl reflection with lovely clean lines.