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I have lived in Seattle since early 1999. I got a camera in early October, 2007 and started taking some pictures. More recently I got into panoramas and have taken a fair number, including hemisphere panoramas and one near sphere -- the last of which was stitched together from 130 individual photos. Email (remove all spaces and replace "at" with the appropriate symbol): timothy chase at gmail .com

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Taken early afternoon, 10 Nov 2007. And yes, oddly enough, the dark building on the left is called Washington Athletic Club. Went out and looked at the building, and molded right into the architecture there is some kind of WAC shield as well as the words Washington Athletic Club.

It looks ancient, but a large part of this has to do with its mottled appearance which is a function of the light being reflected off of another building. 2 Union, I believe.

Taken in the late afternoon on 3 Oct 2007.

Taken mid-afternoon 14 Nov 2007. Freeway Park behind the Convention Center.

Taken mid-day, 4 Oct 2007. Entrance to the Convention Center exit of the Seattle Metro Tunnel with the Camlin Hotel and Federal Court House in the background.

Morning, 18 Oct 2007. Below Westlake. The northern most exit to the tunnel is just ahead. The tunnel was closed for a couple of years while they did some remodeling. Not much of a difference, actually. There are more lights, and I believe the tunnel up ahead for the light rail has been added. But for the most part, it looks the same as it did in the 1960s.

In the morning, 18 Oct 2007. The tubes of the Seattle Metro tunnel. Starting a block north of the Convention Center, they follow along Pine Street, turn on Third Avenue and continue to the China Town exit. A great way to beat traffic. The tubes are curved and descend at points.

Morning, 18 Oct 2007. Vents are overhead, the ceiling arched.

Morning, 18 Oct 2007. I am not quite as fond of this part of the tunnel. In place of the murals found at the Seattle Metro tunnel's Westlake exit, you have odd abstract sculptures on the walls. The lower level is more enclosed, the ceiling low and flat.

Late morning, 18 Oct 2007

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