iPhoneography Monday: 5-26-14

iPhone Monday 5-26-14

The fourth Monday of each month is Challenger’s Choice at Lens and Pen by Sally’s weekly photo Challenge and I’ve selected architecture so I can show you one more view of the Experience Music Project Museum at Seattle Center.  Gold is the last color in my series after silver, blue, pink and red but I may have one more post to share in a few weeks. 🙂

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45 thoughts on “iPhoneography Monday: 5-26-14

    1. Thanks, Andy. 🙂 Even though it looks calm it was raining when I took the photo so I had to hurry so my phone wouldn’t fill with water. I’m glad I captured everything here in one shot but if the Monorail was on the track then it would have been even better…

      1. My design brain loves the shapes and textures on both structures. 😀

  1. This is a great shot. Love how you made the wooden bit of architecture look so fluid, like its bending right before your eyes. In fact, it looks a bit concave to me, like a gigantic slide 🙂

  2. We have a very similar crumpled-looking building here in Vegas. It’s a brain research institute. All stainless steel, but lit up with funky lighting at night. Very cool.

  3. this is so Seattle – and the rain you mentioned in one of the comments fits that to the ‘T’. i think that if the monorail had been going past, it might have looked a bit contrived. i think this is great the way it is. what a great capture!

    1. Thanks, Kris! I think you’re right, if the monorail was visible too it might look “too good to be true” and possibly photo shopped into the frame. That isn’t necessarily a bad thing but way outside of my skill set. This is exactly what we saw. 🙂

  4. This picture is beautiful. Love the colors and shapes of the architecture. Great shot! Makes me want to head downtown and take some pictures!

  5. Love love love it! What a beautiful building. That gold with the patchwork pattern is just as stunning as the shape. Thank you for sharing it… and yes a train on the monorail would have been cool, but this rocks.

    1. Thanks, Meghan! It’s funny that while the full building isn’t my favorite structure I absolutely love the materials and each individual color section. This is the (now) not so secret reason behind why I decided to photograph each color alone instead of one big shot of the entire building. 🙂 I’m glad you’ve enjoyed the posts!

  6. You have such amazing photos in your blog! Makes me wanna visit Seattle 🙂 I’ve never been to States but I would like to do it soooo badly! 😀

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