Friday, January 29, 2010

Skywatch Friday: Moonlit Alexander Hall


Skywatch Friday:  Moonlit Alexander Hall
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This was the first building erected on the campus of Seattle Pacific University in 1891. On this moonlit night Alexander Hall looks a little like something out of a Dracula movie. My sociology professor's office was up there on the third floor when I was a student there many moons ago, and the only horrors the building ever held for me was mid term I had to make up there after being really ill and missing class on exam day. Hope this is the start of a great weekend for you!

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9 comments:

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

When you were a student there I am sure you never envisioned that years later you would be able to share your photos and experiences with the world through a Daily Photo internet site.

Kim said...

Well Dave, it wasn't exactly as far back as when this building was built ;^), and I was a shutterbug even in college (just ask my family and friends. . .I always had a camera pointed at them). I really never could have envisioned how internet groups have linked me to friends all over the globe, that's for sure! CDPB is a wonderful thing! Thanks for stopping by.

Kate said...

The moon the last few days has been spectacular, hasn't it. I like the look of this partially obscure globe.

snapperoni said...

Nice building. I like the faint glow from the windows and the moon.

Feels like a warm, lovely evening.

plainstufftoo said...

very nice! really like the variety of lighting and how you were are to capture such a variety of lights so well -- thx for your creativity and sharing

Susan said...

Very nice, the lit windows and the moon.

brattcat said...

Light in the windows, light in the sky. What a good shot!

Paul Rodriguez said...

Great shot! I was hoping to get a shot of the "wolf" moon tonight, but the clouds never moved out of the way.

I also wanted to say that your site is great and helps give me inspiration on my Seattle blog (I'm new at the blogging and photog thing).

Don and Krise said...

Great mysterious look to this Kim.

Have a good weekend!