Thursday, March 20, 2008

The slow and painful death of Pike/Pine


On Capitol Hill. Where the Cha Cha, Manray, and other notable places used to be.



Painting (and photos) in Baguette Box where I stopped by on the way home from work to pick up an amazing sandwich for dinner.

4 comments:

Christy said...

I've been enjoying your site for awhile now -- your perspective on the city in particular.

But I never thought I'd see one of my photos embedded in one of yours! I took the French bull dog photo on the far right in your Baguette Box shot. Her name is Joli and she just had pups -- it's my inlaws' dog.

I keep a photoblog too (www.onfocusphoto.com/blog), and it's been fun to follow along and see what you do with yours. Have a great day and please keep up the fascinating work!

Maya said...

I love that photo! I was so intrigued by all the dog photos in that place. What a great coincidence that you saw your photo in mine!

I enjoyed looking at your photos too. :-)

Christy said...

Thank you for the comments and the link!

You've inspired me to (finally)update my links section with your photoblog too. I always check your site through Bloglines so I get lazy about those things.

I don't know if you have any interest, but photofriday.com has weekly prompts that I've enjoyed participating in. It's a good way to take on a new challenge, see how other photographers interpret the prompt, and get more hits to your blog as well.

Maya said...

I've been wondering where those challenges come from. I'll check it out!