I got stuck in an elevator today at work. I had just left for the day and was on my way out the door. While sitting there, I realized this was pretty cool and thought it was good to use real life for my “art,” so, here’s today’s photo.
From my walk to work this morning. I just happened to catch this pretty cool scene of blue skies at sunrise and this dark razor wire. Look familiar? That’s because this summer I took another photo like this: http://schnik.it/2012/06/21/photo-of-the-day-razor-thin/
…and glass. Today’s photo is of “Big pink” which is the tallest building in Portland, Oregon.
A great photo from a recent trip I took. I never hesitate to look out the window whenever possible on a plane it’s still surreal to look out and watch the world spin by.
Today’s photo comes from inside Northeast Portland. This park, which is in a roundabout in NE Portland, on Glisan and 39th avenue. Recently some vandals gave Joan a crown and her horse a unicorn horn. That act of mythological defiance took 3 days to repair. I wish people would leave things alone! Still, I dedicate…
This photo, another from the Chihuly Garden and Glass in Seattle, Washington – Is another of my favorites. It’s the sculpture, Space Needle and the Blue Skies that draw me to it every time I see it. You can check out all of my photos from the Chihuly Garden and Glass Gallery Or — All…
I thought today was a good day to quote Kurt Vonnegut. So, off I searched. I found this great quote which made me chuckle a bit, so, of course I had to share it with you. You’ll forget it when you’re dead, and so will I. When I’m dead, I’m going to forget everything —…
This photo is all about perspective. A great shot from Seattle, Washington’s Gas Works park, which is an old gas and oil refinery turned nature park. They covered everything with colorful paint and turned it into a great place to see Seattle on a sunny day.
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.
This photo, another from the Chihuly Garden & Glass gallery in Seattle, Washington is awesome. The staging of the old growth timber, foliage and the bright blue skies that surrounded it was incredible.