Tuesday, January 01, 2013

Best Shot of the Year 2012

Noodling the Needle by Seattle Daily Photo
Photo & Text © 2012 Seattle Daily Photo. All rights reserved.
As has been a tradition with City Daily Photo Blogs for many years, I'm posting my best shot I captured and shared on SDP in the last year as my New Year's Day 2013 post. I took this last February and I hope you like it. Seattlites are always trying to capture some new perspective or aspect of one of the world's most photographed icons, and I was rather pleased with this discovery as I was looking more closely at a nearby sculpture I'd seen a million times and chanced to glance this new-to-me view.  Best wishes to everyone for a beautiful new year ahead! 

To see other City Daily Photo Blogs' best of 2012 shots, please go here. (Thank you Gerald!) And if you are A CDPBlogger and want to add your Best of 2012 shot, please join in!

Noodling the Needle:  Shot through the red noodley sculpture (Olympic Iliad by Alexander Liberman, installed 1984) near the entrance to the Space Needle at sundown on a chilly but sunny first of February.


10 comments:

Kate said...

An excellent choice, Kim, and such an unusual perspective. Happy New Year to you!

Be sure to add it to the linky set up for us by Gerald England: http://ackworthborn.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/cdpb-photo-of-year-2012.html

Kim said...

Thank you Kate for the Linky info!

Chrissy Brand said...

Wonderful! HNY...

brattcat said...

what a wonderful abstract this is. good choice, kim. wishing you a wonderful 2013.

Linnea said...

Love it! Happy new year!

JM said...

Outstanding perspective! Happy New Year, Kim.

Fabrizio Zanelli said...

I definitely love this perspective and those colors. Happy New Year Kim !!!

Bob Crowe said...

Wow, wow, wow. Like looking into the maw of a very cool jet engine.

Thanks for the link to Gerald's special page for today. I joined it but I couldn't limit myself to one image so I posted a selection.

MurciaDailyPhoto said...

I think that shot is really the best choice for the begining of 2013.

G C said...

Wonderful capture!