Sunday, May 02, 2010

Sunday Bridge Series #5: Seattle Cloud Cover


Sunday Bridge Series #5:  Seattle Cloud Cover
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This pedestrian bridge at the Seattle Art Museum's Olympic Sculpture Park features the work of artist Teresita Fern√°ndez embedded between two panes of glass along a covered walkway. The clouds she photographed and colored to form the transparency interrupted by clear dots were actually clouds in Miami. . .but, hey, the art work is in Seattle :-).  I loved the way the sunlight coming through carried the colors and spots to the structure, creating even more patterns and illusions. It is a very fun structure to interact with. To see my photo of this bridge in the deep of night with a train speeding underneath, click here. To see all the participants in Louis La Vache's Sunday Bridge Series, click here.

8 comments:

Davine said...

That is really a great effect.

Hilda said...

That does look like a lot of fun!

cieldequimper said...

Hi Kim, I hope everything is okay!

I love this place but I haven't yet figured out exactly how to photograph it (and Seattle through it!)

Louis la Vache said...

We missed you! Glad you're back!

What a neat shot, Kim!

Pam said...

Nice picture, I love the colors!

Stacey Dawn said...

Neat image!!

lewi14 said...

A very colourful shot.

Nathalie said...

What an inspiring bridge for visitors and photographers alike. You could come at different times of day and get very different shots I'm sure. This one is GRAND.