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This is a view from the 10th level of the Seattle Public Library's Central branch. I framed this shot of two women through a square grid railing like the one surrounding them on their high lookout. The outer walls of the library are formed of a cross hatch diamond grid of metal and glass. The Central Library, designed by architect Rem Koolhaas, is a great place to explore on a rainy Saturday and they welcome photographers to amuse themselves framing the view in myriad creative ways using the interesting architectural elements there.