It’s time for Black and White photography at Lens and Pen by Sally’s weekly Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge and today I have a view from inside the courtyard of the Pacific Science Center. The four pavilions which house the traveling and permanent exhibits surround these shallow pools and at night they glow with light from underwater fixtures.
I’ve posted a lot of pretty spring flowers lately so for this weeks photo challenge I’m going in a slightly different direction… This is a close up view of a fascinating kinetic sculpture at the Pacific Science Center and I thought the chrome coils looked like heavy, industrial springs.
Posted as part of the Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring.
If you look up in Seattle there is a pretty good chance you will see The Space Needle. At the time of its completion in 1962 it was the tallest building west of the Mississippi River.
The Pacific Science Center is also on the site of the 1962 World’s Fair, close to the Space Needle, and the arches of the pavilion are a favorite stop for my family when we check out the latest exhibits.
To see other creative interpretations of “up” please visit The Weekly Photo Challenge: UP.