Tag Archives: Seattle
Happy Tree Tuesday! This is part 1 of new series of tree photographs captured in and around West Seattle’s Lincoln Park.
Richard Serra’s Wake situated in the valley of the Olympic Sculpture Park is one of my favorite places in the Seattle. On lazy sunny days I often find myself sitting in one of the parks red painted chairs watching the … Continue reading
During my most recent photographic adventure inside the Seattle Central Library I discovered the picture files. Talk about a diamond in the rough, several rows of unassuming filling cabinets filled to the brim with magazine and newspaper image clippings. An … Continue reading
Second installment in an ongoing series of images shot in and around the Seattle Central Library. You can view the first installment here. Those who enter the Seattle Central Library from its 5th avenue entrance are welcomed into a large … Continue reading
Seattle Central Library houses a mind boggling amount of books. 1 million(+) of them to be exact, placed upon 9,906 shelves. I’ve personally checked out quite a few hiking and photography books from the extensive collection. The Central Library is … Continue reading