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Street Rhythm


I had a tripod. And a night where I felt like staying in. So naturally I amused myself by taking lots of photos of the various traffic patterns on the street below my hotel room. That’s a normal thing to do, right?

Seattle, Washington
photographed 4.19.2015

Frosted Glass


You know how I like to say “look around back”?

And you know how most pictures of Pike Place Market look like this?

This is what happened when I followed my own advice.

Pike Place Market
Seattle, Washington
photographed 8.4.2014

I was there after the zombie


That is, I think I was.

Gas Works Park
Seattle, Washington
photographed 4.18.2015



In addition to a cyclops, the Gas Works Park had a very nice set of concrete arches, which I found to be almost ecclesiastical…

Gas Works Park
Seattle, Washington
photographed 4.18.2015



I was in Seattle last month for the American Planning Association’s national conference, which is pretty much as exciting as it sounds.

On a urban-planning themed city tour, I got to see the Gas Works Park, which is on the location of a former (pay close attention here, because it starts to get complicated) gas works. It’s been a park since the mid-1970s, and is sort of famous for having kept part of the gas works structures in place.

Which I suppose means that the cyclops was somehow part of gas production.

Seattle, Washington
photographed 4.18.2015

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