Published: Wednesday 8th of June 2005 08:11:07 PM
Works for me, Wilson. This could be in a travel magazine to visit Seattle. Cheers, Sondra
Works for me, Wilson. Has the City of Seattle hired you yet???
I like this and am wondering about the time of day the exposure was made. So what was the time?
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Wilson the composition and color is inviting & beautiful. Almost looks like a painting. I was invited to a Better Photo meeting in Seattle in September. I'm still thinking about it. It is Sept 10th & 11th. Kind of scary thought for me to fly at that time, but...... then flying is always scary. But of all the places I've visited, Seattle IS my most favorite! No kidding. Of course that was about 12 years ago when I visited, I hope it hasn't changed as much as some of the other places I've visited in the past. Our daughter just got back from San Francisco and she was not happy. Apparently "Crack" addicts have become a scary blight on the city. How sad for such a beautiful city! I fear a lot of cities are having the same problems.
Wils, Very nice composition and textures. My only nit is the buildings might benefit from perspective adjustment. The lighting is really interesting and overall a very nice presentation.
KIM: Thanks, Kim. No, not yet. Not sure if a city photographer really exists. ^_^ JAYME: Thanks. Indeed flying on Sept 10th and 11th would be quite nerve wrecking for most of us! Just like many other bigger cities, Seattle has its fair share of problem, too. Street sense has got to come in to play. No excuse not hooking up if you're in town. ^_^ HOWARD: Thanks for checking this out. It was approximately 8:30pm and a heavy rain storm had just passed. Wilson ^_^
Ken, Thanks for the feedback. I actually did correct perspective already. However, I'm a bit puzzled myself as to the strange alignment between the monorail's support columns and the Westlake building at left. I guess a large surgical operation is in order. ^_^
"Downtown Seattle," The Westins Towers & Westlake Center. Downtown Seattle at dusk after a rain storm. Works, not? Thanks in advance for your feedback.