I’ve been doing some work this week at Sea-Tac. Every day on my walk to the airport I’ve walked past these giant granite boulders at the the entrance to the arrival hall. I wanted to attempt to capture the feeling you get as you approach the terminal. To me it’s like you are approaching a gigantic Mothership which is very apropos since Sea-Tac is a major transit point for many ship passengers departing on ships from the port of Seattle.
Continuing what is ending up being ‘Seattle Week’, here is another Seattle photo. The building on the left is the “Experience Music Project” building. I really would love to be able to spend more time photographing this amazing building. On this day I had a very limited time to shoot and the position of the sun really limited my angles. Fortunately, the Seattle Space Needle provided a nice sunblock to limit the lens flair as well as a wonderful balancing architectural element for the photo.
While I’m in Seattle I’m enjoying processing my local images. I took advantage of the clear weather to take a trip to the top of the Space Needle to see If I could capture a Seattle Skyline with Mt. Rainier in the background. The sky cooperated to allow me to create this photograph.