Photo of the Day – Bright Chihuly Bowls

Another photo from the Chihuly Garden & Glass Gallery in Seattle, Washington. One of my favorite parts of the exhibit was these bowls, only lit by bright white light, showed off Dale Chihuly’s imagination and talent with coloured glass. Missed a photo of the day? Check out the entire album on flickr and consider liking…

Photo of the Day – Contrasting Art

Today’s photo comes from a neat art installation from the Experience Music Project in Seattle. Rare is a bright, clear blue sky day in Seattle, Washington. When they do happen, however, they’re something to behold. I found this red toned art against the blue skies quite striking.

Photo of the Day – Spiked Flower

Wow. Still breathless from the Chihuly Glass and Gardens gallery in Downtown Seattle. Over the next few days I will probably showcase quite a few of his great glass pieces. This one, with the scenery, made for a great photo.

Photo of the Day – Lake Washington

This photo, taken on an exceptionally beautiful day, looks Eastward from Seattle. In the distance you can see Lake Washington. I’m reminded of the Hydroplane Races which used to run every year.

Photo of the Day – Dave Niehaus

If you’re a Mariners fan, then the name Dave Niehaus is super familiar to you. If you’re not an M’s fan, then here you go. Dave was THE VOICE of the Mariners. Whenever I could, I would listen to the Mariners games and his voice would be the one calling the shots. Alas, Dave left…

Photo of the Day – We Bring The Boom

That’s certainly truthful of the fireworks extravaganza I went to this past Independence Day. There were fireworks all over the place. Here’s just a couple I saw.

Photo of the Day – Safeco Field

I had the good fortune of attending a Seattle Mariners baseball game on July 3rd. The seats were fantastic. Right behind Ichiro Suzuki! Tried to get his autograph, he didn’t come close enough.

Photo of the Day – Narrow Bridge

This is the Tacoma Narrows bridge in Tacoma, Washington as seen from a train. I caught this shot on a recent trip to Seattle and thought it was pretty spectacular. “Galloping Gertie” as it’s been called before, is one of the world’s most famous bridge videos.