Sunday, November 6, 2016

Not Always Colorful


Seattle is, after all, a very wet, gray city much of the time. The Chihuly glass flowers in the top picture are brilliant (as usual) orange-yellow. The Space Needle in the background is white with a gray core. These photos have more of the feel that was around on Saturday, when it rained on and off all day.

We did go up to the top of the Space Needle, as we have many times before. It's required. And every time we do it I take a version of the second picture, weather permitting: the towers of downtown, the baseball and football stadiums in the lower right, and Mt. Rainier looming in the south. It's gonna blow someday. Then the skies will really be gray.         


4 comments:

bill burke said...

The view looks excellent in b&w.

s.c said...

Didn't know that Seattle had also its own mount Fuji.

Sharon Anck said...

Two great shots. I love the moody feel to them.

William Kendall said...

What a great view of Rainier. I'd love to get up there sometime.