Photo & Text © 2013 Seattle Daily Photo. All rights reserved.I got to take a photowalk in the Pioneer Square area with Wayne of Miandering in Lotus Land who was down from Vancouver, BC. We could hear the roar of Seahawks fans at the nearby stadium as the game was about to end last Sunday. This pedicab driver appeared to be biding his time to be at the ready to pick up passengers when it ended. His colorful "Sully" bike helmet cover was fun to see and those gloves were protecting him from the icy cold. It's funny that while trying to photograph this colorful character in action I also unintentionally captured a photo of another of Seattle's historic street clocks. What's even stranger is that it originally stood at the same intersection as the clock in yesterday's photo (see them in this historic photo here). This one is the Earl Layman Street Clock (behind our colorful driver) and since 1984 has stood outside what is now the former storefront of Elliott Bay Book Company. The old EBPC headquarters has remained empty since the famed bookseller moved to its successful new digs on Capitol Hill two years ago. The 1907 clock remains on 1st Ave at S Main and seems kind of lonely. It originally stood in front of Young's Credit Jewelers at 4th and Pike. I hope it gets a nice business to keep it company soon.