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Old Aug 4, 2004, 8:21 AM   #1
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Paul Allen's Experience Music Project in Seatle, WA. This is a truly wierd building. Wierd shapes, colors, textures. It is a museum devoted to Rock music. The reflected image is an amusement park next to the EMP.



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Old Aug 4, 2004, 9:29 AM   #2
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nice shot, great colors
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Very nice! I like the silhouettes and interesting patterns.
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Old Aug 4, 2004, 6:49 PM   #4
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Every time I drive down I-5 that building draws my attention. Sometimes it appears quite interesting. Other times it looks like a big eyesore. This is clearly one of the interesting views of a unique building. I also like the purple color. It's not a color that is commonly seen.


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That's great! I love hte distortion!
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Old Aug 4, 2004, 10:37 PM   #6
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Here's a shot of the Experience Music Project building from the top of the Seattle Space Needle. I have mad no attempt to remove the safety bars from the photo. The challenge photo was taken on the left side (purple section) of the building. The amusement park is to the left. You can see the track for the Seattle Monorail in the lower part of the building. It literally goes through the building.

This shot is not part of the challenge. I is for the purpose of showing this wierd building to those who have never seen it.



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Thanks for the follow up picture calr. I like the first one. I'm trying to find better words to praise it, but I just end up staring at it. :lol:
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Very, very interesting. Thank you for providing the whole map so we know what we're looking at. That helps me see the big picture, of which I still like the snipped you included as your submittal. :-)
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