I can’t figure out if the bird is smart or lazy. What do you think?
Skagit Valley: Abandoned#3
Color versions of previous images. With color you can see the tonal variations in the corrugated roof ( as well as the geometry of lines) and the shades of rust to the right of the doorway above. I like seeing the partial windows in the background; adds some sort of depth, but leads nowhere. Well, just some random thoughts. I rarely comment on the images I post. I would rather the images spoke for themselves, but today I felt like sharing my impressions:-).
‘Good-bye’ to the Humans of Alberta St.
Possibly the last of the images from June’s version of Last Thursday, the monthly street fair on Alberta St. in NE Portland, OR.
Fisher Flour Mill ( Con’t. )
Fisher Flour Mill (Con’t.)
Views from The High Line:#11
Cardboard greetings, art and water tanks as seen from The High Line.
Views from The High Line:#6
Ubiquitous graffiti and fading ads can be seen from The High Line.
Views from The High Line: #5
Contrasting the classical brick architecture with the Empire State Building in the background. I even snuck in a cross and an old, dirty water tank.
Below, fellow walkers on The High Line the morning I was up there.