Tuesday, May 03, 2011

For All the World To See


For All the World To See
Photo & Text © 2011 Kim- Seattle Daily Photo. All rights reserved; no use, alteration, reproduction or republishing in any media.

I was walking past a telephone pole on an arterial street on Queen Anne Hill and did a double take when I spied this colorful art glass display some residents have apparently added to the streetscape in front of their home. There always seems to be some artistic or whimsical surprise to share in most Seattle neighborhoods.

14 comments:

Maya said...

Wow! Such a creative city.

The Red Angel said...

Wow, this is beautiful! Gotta love Seattle...and cities in general :) You'll never know what surprises you might find just around the corner.

~TRA

http://xtheredangelx.blogspot.com

Tash said...

Fabulous! Chihuly watch out.

Afrin said...

Haha, fun! Am just starting to discover the nooks and corners of Seattle, and I'm in love.

Virginia said...

Reminds me of bottle trees down here. I love the art in your city Kim!
V

Misalyn said...

Interesting work of art! Very colorful and artistic.

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Regina K said...

This is beautiful! I want them to move to my neighborhood!

Steffe said...

Very creative and colorful. Nicely spotted.

Peter said...

Hello Kim,
Today I finnaly saw the film Sleepless in Seattle, which I wanted to see after discovering your blog. I liked it.
Cheers, Peter

Jack said...

It is wonderful. Seattle sure loves glass.

Katie said...

Such colorful and creative art! I bet seeing this display when it's gray and raining in Seattle really makes things brighter.

Randy said...

I would love to have something like that in a garden. Great find.

Chuck Pefley said...

Love it, Kim. There's another nice glass display at a house on Alki not far east of the light house.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Chihuly inspired?