Editing for the Cold

It was a dark Thanksgiving week. It was rain, rain, rain, sun break for a couple hours, and then more rain. I don’t remember ever being out in such wet and bone-chilling cold conditions. But when you have family in town, you do your best to show them a good time. We did have fun, but admittedly, the cold kept me from wanting to take any pictures. I mustered up this handful I shot with my Fuji X70 (I’m still getting to know it and what it’s best at shooting).

 

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Quickly passing stores to find a place to warm up. A smoke shop on the north end of Broadway. Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA.
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Looking out at the alley under Pike Place Market from Ghost Alley Espresso.
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Home decor in a house rental. I was going for a polaroid punk flash lighting look.
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Swimming in a deep shadow and drape patterns.
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From where are you visiting? A map at Pike Place Market. 
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The Fremont Troll grips the earth.
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My sister-in-law channeling Michael Jackson at Gasworks Park. The wind was incredibly icy. We were on the hill for maybe three minutes before we left for Fremont Brewing to get warm.