October 6th, 2007
|12:42 am - Parking|
3rd & Cherry, Seattle
WOW! That light is great.
Actually this is closer to 3rd and Cherry (north is to the left) - because this is right across the street where I used to work! When I had a window, I looked down on to this! Hee hee! That's too funny. Thanks!
I was guessing -- thanks for the correction!
|Date:||October 6th, 2007 03:34 pm (UTC)|| |
Yes, great lighting, and the consistent set of fairly retro signs is nice, and the peeling stone.
I don't understand the modern fascination with putting things off-level, though. While *you* aren't I think all *that* much more modern than I am, your photos seem to be; so what's going on with that? (I ran into it in kylecassidy
's photo from the book signging just recently too, where it makes even less sense to me).
Actually, that is on level. Cherry is very steep.
|Date:||October 6th, 2007 03:43 pm (UTC)|| |
Ah; that makes it make more sense as an artistic choice, but the building still appears very unlevel.
Follow the bottom line of the windows above the parking entrances to the left, and see how much closer they get to the sidewalk.
I tried using the level tool, but that made it look really weird.