Sunday, March 14, 2010

March 6th Photoshoot - Seattle, Washington

I ventured up to Seattle on March 6th and visited Discovery Park, and dropped by my favorite location - Pioneer Square.  Hope you enjoy the results!  Be sure and click on the photos for a larger view.

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16 comments:

Sheila said...

Oh David! My favorites are the store front and the one with the totem. What a colorful playground for my eyes! I love your unique style.

Paintings by Patricia said...

Great photos, Dave. Really like the totem. The white capped mountains in the landscapes almost look surreal.

Werner said...

wunderschöne Bilder,



viele Grüße Werner

Manon Doyle said...

Wow! I'm so impressed with your work. I love the Totem pole. I used to live in British Columbia where many of them can be found!

Casey Klahn said...

Very creative, David. Fauvist photographs - your color sense is keen and these work well because of it.

David Patterson said...

Thanks all! Casey - I've never had my photography called "Fauvest" like...but I guess they sort of do! :)

Poetic Artist said...

I love the store fronts. I love old buildings.. Great shots

Cheryl said...

Once again~~BEAUTIFUL!!

David Patterson said...

Thank you Katelen and Cheryl!

Laurie said...

These are among the most impressive photos I've seen anywhere. You are a wizard with HDR and I love your creativity.

David Patterson said...

Thank you so so much Laurie...your comment is so much appreciated!

Gary Keimig said...

Nice Davied. Those store fronts really sing with the colors in them.

Melanie Rawlings said...

what your doing with these pics are amazing the colours are so intense. Very nice

Diana Moses Botkin said...

Beautiful! My favorite is the brick building backside with the fire escape: simple, dramatic and the plants add a nice surprise.

Carol Anne Brown said...

Usually when I see an impressive and artistic photo, I wish it was a painting. (I'm not really a fan of photos on the wall.) Not so with your city-scapes. I LOVE them just the way they are.

David Patterson said...

Thank you Gary, Melanie, Diana, and Carol!!