Published on October 24th, 2012


Random Photo Memory: Seeing-Double Seattle

With less than a week ’til I celebrate my my ONE YEAR anniversary of living here in Asia (I’ll actually soon be landing on a whole new continent – Oz), what could be more appropriate for a Random Photo Memory than…

A look back at the glitter of my beloved Seattle.  This shot, taken waaay back in ye ol’ days of F.I.L.M. when I was knee-deep in fiddling with manual controls, double exposures, and other fun experimentals.

P.S. Note that TL posts might become a tad irregular for the next month as I skip gaily across a teensy nth of the great Land of OZ.  Nonetheless, I have some pre-pecked posts waiting in the wings, so hopefully I’ll be able to keep the TL fires burning brightly.

Random Photo Memory: Seeing Double Seattle

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Off-the-beaten-path travel is my passion,and I’ve always lived life “like-a-kid-in-a-candy-store” – eager to sample as many flavors as I can. Indeed, my life motto has long been: This ain’t a dress rehearsal, folks!

4 Responses to Random Photo Memory: Seeing-Double Seattle

    • TravelnLass says:

      Thanks Desiree – coming from an artist like you, that means a lot!

      And yes, it was such fun to experiment with manual camera controls back then. Though I love my current Panasonic Lumix ZS3 – clearly I can’t do such tricks with it.

      I actually have a nifty DSLR with manual controls, but now days, the way I travel (l-i-g-h-t and generally off-the-beaten…), it’s just too big/bulky to carry around. ;(

  1. Paul says:

    Sigh, I miss the days when we had two Space Needles. They should never taken down the southern one, even if the views weren’t quite as good.

    Have a great time in OZ!

    • TravelnLass says:

      LOL Paul! ;D

      btw, did you happen to notice… I theeenk those are the bitty red lights (that look like a spaceship in the background) of the (now demolished) King Dome in the pic, no?

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