November 30, 2010

Shi Shi Beach

Filed under: Blogroll — Tony @ 11:41 pm

Eroded rock formations at Shi Shi Beach. Roughly a 45 min. hike through the forest starting on the Makah Indian Reservation and ending in the Olympic National Forest. Just miles from the most northwest corner of the United States.

November 29, 2010

Sego Canyon Indian Petroglyphs

Filed under: Blogroll — Tony @ 10:03 pm

Petroglyphs from Sego Canyon in Southern Utah. These particular pictos. Are from the Archaic people, who were nomads that existed approx. 8,000 years ago. It’s pretty crazy to see how they have stood the test of time.

– Sego Canyon. Thompson Springs, Utah

November 28, 2010

Sound Sunset

Filed under: Blogroll — Tony @ 8:19 pm

Reflection of a winter sunset over the Puget Sound.

– Seattle, Wa

November 27, 2010

ART V

Filed under: Blogroll — Tony @ 1:29 pm

I spotted this RV plastered with all sorts of found imagery. City-scapes, cougars & dead movie stars, just to name a few.

– Seattle, WA

November 26, 2010

Shatter

Filed under: Blogroll — Tony @ 2:33 pm

Broken glass diptych taken in an alley of Kurt Cobain’s home town.

- Aberdeen, WA

November 25, 2010

Seagrass

Filed under: Blogroll — Tony @ 6:08 am

For some reason this photo reminds me of fall and harvesting. An appropriate photo for Thanksgiving.

– Ocean Shores, WA

November 24, 2010

Changing Faces

Filed under: Blogroll — Tony @ 4:55 pm

Raineer Cold Storage Demo

Remains of the Raineer Cold Storage building before it was completely demolished.

– Georgetown Neighborhood. Seattle, WA

November 23, 2010

Goldfish Alley

Filed under: Blogroll — Tony @ 4:52 pm

Chinese New Year Seattle 2008

A goldfish windsock blowing in the winter breeze of a Chinatown alley.

– Chinatown. Seattle, WA

November 22, 2010

Fractured Fresco

Filed under: Blogroll — Tony @ 3:26 pm

Aging window revealing the bricks beneath the deteriorating fresco.

– Buenos Aires, Argentina

November 21, 2010

The Power of _ORD

Filed under: Blogroll — Tony @ 12:30 pm

An old Ford truck that has seen better days. I totally dig the emblem and the two tone paint job.

– Georgetown Neighborhood. Seattle, WA