3.19.2010

meandering part 1

Southwest of downtown Seattle is the wonderfully old neighborhood Pioneer Square. It was so much fun collecting these photographs on a walk there and visiting a friend at Elliott Bay Book Company before they move to the Capitol Hill area.

Last month I had the opportunity to attend The Magnetic Fields amazing concert and recently I found out about the film Strange Powers: Stephen Merritt and the Magnetic Fields...it looks so good. Happy Friday and Happy Spring tomorrow!


camera: polaroid spectra

7 comments:

  1. looks good! such a nice mood.

    will check out your music links soon (at the moment sitting at a café with music playing in the background - which is a really nice change to weeks with a more than tight schedule. phew. i'm officially working here, of course.)

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  2. I love Pioneer Square also and feel so lucky to work here! I will miss Elliot Bay when it moves, but I heard the coffee shop is staying around, so that's nice. I like your photo of the ivy on the Grand Central building. Did you go inside and have a sandwich or soup? If not, definitely check them out in the future. Their soup is heaven on a cold day.

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  3. fantastic shots - i can remember visiting pioneer square but didn't have my camera with me. you showed it beautifully.

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  4. these are gorgeous... love the fuzziness...

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  5. kristina: That sounds like the best way to spend some time. I like how you think.

    Megan: I didn't!, but now I definitely will find some time to go back and eat there. It's a part of the city that I forget sometimes and yet it's just waiting with wonderful gems tucked away. You work in a great part for sure.

    Char: Thank you! and perhaps you'll get another chance someday.

    Punctuation Mark: Polaroids are beauties with their colours and blur.

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  6. these are such great shots. pioneer square was one of my favorite parts of seattle during my short stay. such good details there!

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  7. makes me
    miss seattle.
    laguna pottery
    is one of
    my
    most
    favorite
    places.

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