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Monday, October 11, 2021

Gehry Building, Seattle


This is one of my favorite architectural shots that I have ever taken. I love the way light and color flows around the rounded and aberrant forms of the Hendrix Museum. And I am glad that I took the shot when the building was young because the shot no longer exists, the form now unfortunately obscured by trees and foliage.

The next picture is a non obstructed later view that catches a bit of the late afternoon sun reflection from a slightly different angle. I always felt that it had a futuristic, science fiction quality. Fritz Lang, Metropolis. Which is fitting really as the building once housed (and still might house) a science fiction museum.


Ken Seals said...


shawnintland said...

Yep, both shots!

Valerie Tate said...

Outstanding! You certainly have a great eye for detail and amazing photos!