I did a post a while back on the area north of Seattle U., on Capitol Hill. The area is changing rapidly. The old, two and four story brick buildings are being replaced by multiple use structures of glass, brick and steel. Some sections are pretty run down and could use some sort of a transformation, but I wonder how much longer the older, brick style buildings will last.
ps: I stretched my free space allowed on WordPress to the max ( 99.6%) so this morning I opted for the premium package, with more space and some other bells and whistles. For example, I should be able to customize fonts, etc. which I think will be nice. More options for the page layout as well, so…..maybe it is time to give this photoblog a minor makeover.
pps: March 28th I will have a booth at Springfest, an arts and crafts event. For Seattle folks I will have as many prints as I can put together for sale. More details about this event in the near future.
Posted on March 6, 2015, in Architecture, buildings, Capitol Hill, Nikon D7000, Seattle, Urban Decay and tagged Architecture, buildings, Capitol Hill, Nikon D7000, Seattle, urban decay. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.