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. 🙂
Weekly Photo Challenge: Monument
In this week’s challenge, show us your take on a monument (broadly defined). It could be a fresh angle on a well-known tourist site, or a place nobody knows outside your community— anything can be monumental as long as it’s imbued with a shared sense of importance.
Ben – The Daily Post
The Space Needle has to be one of the most photographed monuments in the Pacific Northwest and whenever I’m at Seattle Center I can’t resist snapping my fair share of pictures but along with the typical tourist shots I always try to capture a new angle so I can share a view of Seattle most of my readers haven’t seen before.
This image is from the bottom of a steep stairway outside the Experience Music Project Museum. EMP’s curvy siding is visible on the left, the Space Needle is front and center and at the top of the stairs is a poster of Seattle native Jimi Hendrix. Three monuments in one shot!
Posted as part of the Weekly Photo Challenge: Monument.
Black & White Tuesday: 4-8-14
Today’s Black & White Tuesday post is a view of Seattle’s EMP (Experience Music Project) Museum’s silver side.
If you missed the pink side you can see it again here and stay tuned for blue coming soon…