Running March 5, 2016  In processing this image, I was playing with the idea of DNA running across a gel. It was a lab exercise I did in high school chemistry. My memory is a bit foggy, but if I remember correctly, DNA is negatively charged, and traveled across to the positively charged nodes […]

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Urban landscape

The Federal Courthouse in Seattle seems to draw me in every time I pass it. It’s obviously planned environmental and architectural landscaping, but I find it to be lovely. My favorite time of the year to be here is actually during the summer. There is plenty of room for people to sit and enjoy lunch. The steps in […]

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I saw this painted on the front of The Indoor Sun Shoppe. I think I was into obstructed views on this particular afternoon. I wanted to take this like I was actually seeing this woman standing in her natural environment. The plastic chair kind of messes up that illusion, though, doesn’t it?

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Searching Seattle (Fremont), Washington February 2, 2016 Believe it, or not, I’ve never seen Casablanca (gasp!). With that said, being a consumer of television and film, I’m thinking I can at least guess that this was a relationship between Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman’s characters that was difficult to have. In this photo, you can assume that Bogart and […]

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