My camera seems to have become an extension of my amateur photographer eyes! All photos prior to 2007 are scanned and were taken with a Fuji camera.



Friday, 27 May 2011

Weekend Reflections: Seattle, Washington, USA, 2010

More Weekend Reflections @ Newtown Area Photo. Still can't comment on blogs that don't have pop-up comment windows, sorry and don't want to switch to Chrome...

12 comments:

Shirley said...

I love Seattle!

There are some issues with Blogger comments, perhaps associated directly with Google. Blogger is aware of it and working on fixing it. Unless a blog has Name and URL option for commenting, or is set up like yours, I have been unable to leave a comment too.

Jacob said...

That's a scary reflection what with those masks...or what appear to be masks...

Pierre BOYER said...

Superbe masque !
Belle journée,

Pierre

Small City Scenes said...

Cool shots----good 'ol Seattle. I was there again today to take my friend Erma back to the hospital.
Everything is ok.

PS--I went back and saw the Stanwood doorway pic. Very nice. MB

Cezar and Léia said...

Oh la la, le masque est complètement intégré dans la surface réfléchissante!C'est très créatif!
Léia

VP said...

A bit scary, but impressive!

joo said...

Interesting photo, but a bit scary:)
Have a nice weekend Ciel!

Malyss said...

Paut pas commenter sur certains blogs non plus, notamment leia..J'adore le contraste entre les masques traditionnels et la modernité des immeubles refletés.J'aime bien ces maques là.

Jacob said...

Hi Ciel! Re your question on Stone Creek: Yes, very real. I took a number of similar shots that morning as I was getting ready to tee off...I think there was probably some smoke in the air (from nearby forest fires in the Ocala National Forest)and smoke/dust always gives spectacular sunrises and sunsets.

Sylvia K said...

I do wish we could have met while you were in Seattle, Ciel! Your reflection does look SOOO Seattle! Have a great weekend!

Sylvia

Francisca said...

I find it interesting that people find masks scary. A friend of mine once informed me she was starting a mask collection, but when I brought her some antique wood carved ones from Asia, her husband freaked and that was the end of the collection. Haha...

Carola said...

What a cool reflection!