Published: Tuesday 24th of May 2005 03:02:47 AM
very nice composition... washington mutual on the right and...hmm.. can't think of the name (rainier something bank?). that one has always scared me, earthquake-wise.
CR: Its equal to a conjurer: You look at his hands every second, you notice nothing special. Then the stunning result follows. REgards
The crop , always the right one! the varaiety of forms and colors....Pnina
Beautiful perspective of some very interesting achitecture. I love the colours and the lighting here creates wonderful contrasting shadows.
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Wilson- Wonderful composition & detail.
I like this! Amazing composition here. The lines, form, color, texture really very cool image.
Clarity, details, and composition are great. Nicely done, Wils.
Crisp and sharp. I like the subtle lighting apparent on the right side and the combination of colors.
Lovely details and colors Wilson. Have to test my lens like that too.
I watched them both being built. They are my two favorite Seattle buildings.
I could not be closer. impressive.
Very nice; you always know what angle is the right one.
Nice crop! And how do you always get those clean colours?
Lots of people know Seattle apparently . . . HOWARD: Very glad you like this. PNINA: Thanks for checking this out. REINER: Danke schoen! JEREMY: You're the first winner. No prize though. It's true what you said about the Rainier Tower! ^_^ JAYME: Thanks, Jayme. DONALD: You're too good. Bet you even have a GPS coordinates! ^_^ KIM T: Thank you for your comment, Kim. KIM S: Always appreciate your feedback. KEN: Glad you like this, Ken. ALEC: Thanks for dropping in. Indeed we can use this type of image for lens test even though I didn't have that in mind when shooting this. SHAWN: Thanks for your comment. How fascinating to see they built the curve part of Rainier Tower! COLIN: Thanks, Colin. Clean colours? I just make sure I never talk dirty to the cameras or lenses. ^_^ PAULA: That's easy. 90 is always the right angle (ha, ha, ha, . . .) ^_^ ALEXANDRA: Thanks, Alexandra. Wilson ^_^
What are these buildings? Does this work for you? Without looking in "detail tab," wanna guess what buildings these are? Does this work for you? Why, why not?