We decided to rent a couple of lenses from Glazers and go down to the Seattle center to take some pictures for week 3 of Project 52. One place I do not go often is the Seattle Center because it's very touristy, but whenever I do go, I always have a great time.
One of the most famous Seattle landmarks, the Space Needle! Here it is, in it's gray glory! The gray blob sort of blocking it is the Experience Music Project. A Frank Gehry designed music museum. It's actually multi-colored and whenever friends from out of town come to Seattle, they always ask me what the multi-colored blob that's underneath the Space Needle is. Well, now you know! :)
We had some extra time left in the day so we went up to the Queen Anne neighborhood where you can see the whole city scape. You see the colorful blob at the bottom left? That's the Experience Music Project! The whole city kinda looks very gray doesn't it?
Of course I'm going to include a picture of my beloved husband in his awesome gray Lululemon jacket I gifted him for his birthday years ago.
In case people are interested, all pictures were taken with a 50mm f1.4 lens I rented that day from Glazers. I loved this lens so much and will actually make this my next investment. :)
I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend. Work tomorrow...yech! Enjoy the rest of your Sunday!