May 16th, 2008
|11:49 pm - Surveillance|
Pioneer Square, Seattle
Sometimes I find myself missing the skyline of Seattle. I'm enjoying many of your pictures. They make me think, "Yeah I remember driving my cab past that corner many times." I notice the sky is still very gray in most of your pictures. Does the sun ever come out before June?
Kate pointed out to me that somebody started a "Green Cab" company in Seattle, which was an idea I had too. I want to go over and talk to them when I come up in September. I'm not planning on staying the whole summer, as I usually do, but I do have to be there to renew my taxi permit, so I'm thinking about flying up for a couple of weeks. If it looks like I can make any money at this "Green" company, and if I can somehow buy into the business I'm thinking of maybe moving up there. I would like to be one of the people helping to make the taxi industry a cleaner, more environmentally friendly industry. If they will take me in I just might decide to stay there for a while.
Thanks for posting your pictures. It's funny how you don't realize how much you've grown to like a place until you're not there anymore. Sometimes I find myself missing Seattle and I do enjoy looking at your pictures of the city. They bring back nice memories. Thank you.
Thanks, Joe, I'm glad you like it.
Wow. Great photo. Truely a thousand words (and more) for this picture.
Crazy(and also happy she's following this journal)Soph
|Date:||May 17th, 2008 03:20 pm (UTC)|| |
Oh, very nice! All the funny angles and diagonals and such, and the frozen rotor on the chopper too!
One thing different about my thought processes that I've noticed recently is instead of just thinking "Oh, that's a neat picture," I'll sometimes think "If I go over there, that'll be a neat picture." That's what happened here.
I like the frozen rotor, as well. Thank you!
They finally found you! Run!
I wonder if I showed up in their video (it's a King5 helicopter).
Another great one. Truly amazing use of space, line and content.
Thank you again, ma'am!
PS -- someone else on my LJ reading list expressed incredulous horror at Harold and Kumar Escape from Guantanamo, so I gave him the link your review on Counterpunch. Yeah!