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Old, new, rustic or gleaming, everything is geometry. — Isn’t it? I shot these photos during the first week of May, 2016 in Seattle, Washington. I’m publishing them in their raw, unprocessed state. Enjoy the shapes, colors, textures.

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I need to learn how to crop, so I can eliminate the automobile. But this photo contains so many geometrical forms.

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New construction.

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Beauty in functionality.

stacks

Stacks.

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Cubes.

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This apartment building and the Space Needle are approximately the same age. Why does one appear so modern, and one, not so?

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Late 1930’s-early 1940’s brick apartment building window.

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Church windows.

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Church doors.

five garages

Garage doors.

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Exterior of The Ruins, a private dining club.

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Star sign on vintage brick.

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Geometric design on aged building.

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Rustic stairs.

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Rugged cross.

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Decommissioned hydrant.

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VW bus vent.

gear

Gear.

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Telephone pole graffiti.

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Boarded-over graffiti.

scaffolding

Scaffolding.

playground structure

Playground equipment.


The following photo didn’t “pop”, but I wanted to give it an honorable mention. The building is so unique. You should see it: mirrored glass and all. I will go back and try to take a better photo, on a sunnier day. Promise….

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