Wordless Wednesday ~03.21.12~

 

David Williams Photography Wordless Wednesday 03.21.12

f/13 | 1/100 | iso 400 | 70-200mm f/2.8L @ 165mm

…Enjoy!


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45 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday ~03.21.12~

  1. Quintessential Seattle shot. The memories it brings back for me is going to the Seattle World’s Fair which is what the Space Needle was erected for (the Fair, not my attendance), 1964 I think. I was a kid. What I remember is that my younger sister (about 5 or 6) got lost. Also, I spent many summers as a kid in the San Juan’s, so the green and white ferry is very nostalgic too.

      • My sister was found OK. She got lost along some cliff edges in the south of France as well. Odd that one as she now is a permanent resident not far from there. And, she got lost in other places too. My parents tell these stories quite often. I guess with 5 kids (in 7 years) it was sometimes pretty hard to keep track of all of us.

  2. What a beautiful photograph of a wonderful scene. The Chamber of Commerce would love it! 🙂 Seriously, it calls out for framing so other people can enjoy it often.

    • Thank you Erika, perhaps next Wednesday I might change it up a tad and post a non-landscape image for Wordless Wednesday! It’s funny but I thought about doing that for next weeks image anyway (as I was getting ready to post this image). 😀

  3. Beautiful photograph…. What I loved in this photograph, the calmness… the peaceful touches… the mountains, the forest at the back but city doesn’t damage none of them, fascinated me. Thank you dear David, with my love, nia

    • Thank you Nia for your wonderful comment. Seattle is certainly a beautiful city to not only visit, but to live in. There are just so many things to see and do within such a short driving distance, it’s really amazing. 😀 I am glad that you enjoyed this photograph, thank you!

  4. Nice image David. The tower in the top right is very nicely placed and stands out beautifully against the sky. The ferry in the foreground really adds context and depth to the composition. Well done!

    • Thank you Mike. My sister (visiting from Calgary I might add) was in town this day and we spend a wonderful afternoon cruising around Seattle. We waited up there for about 30 minutes until a ferry decided to head out of the Seattle port. 😀

  5. Wonderful!
    I really like all those different shades of blue, and how the pink high in the sky echos the color in the buildings!
    Really great!
    Happy Wordless Wednesday!
    Lea
    Lea’s Menagerie

    • Lea, thank you so very much for visiting and for commenting! One of the things that caught my when posting was the lovely golden tones in the water which is being reflected off the buildings as well as the ferry! 😀

    • Thank you Bonnie, it never occurred to me to get it framed! I know, sometimes (okay, more often than not) I don’t even consider getting some of my images printed simply because I see them whenever I want! Lame I know…but meh. 😉

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