One Photo a Day From the Emerald City of the Pacific Northwest
I thought you had posted this previously, but then realized that I had taken a similar one (at Seattle Center.) Yours is nicer. Somehow, I like those things better in pictures than in real life.
You may have seen this shot on my Flickr stream back in Feb when I took it. I think we all (here in Seattle) have taken several versions of this shot and many others at Seattle Center. The Grass Blades are a favorite subject of mine and I'm always trying to reinterpret them from some new vantage point and at different times of day. For this I just loved the contrast of blue and yellow and using the space and angle to divide the shot in an interesting way.-Kim
perfect match between title and image.
Neat photo! I can see that it's something real yet the focus is on the shapes.
I really like this picture, this is part of a bigger sculpture?
Thanks very much, guys.Warren, yes, this is a 30 foot or so tall grouping of metal grass blades that goes on for maybe 50 or 60 feet or more. It was conceived by the artist to serve an architectural purpose and divides the edge of a parking lot from a roadway and the Experience Music Project complex, both physically and as a sort of screen. It's one of my fave public art works around Seattle and offers photographers endless creative possibilities.-Kim
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