A while back, on a trip to Seattle, I had the opportunity to attend a meet up with a group of local photographers for a photo stroll. The group met at the Georgetown Power Plant Museum, an old power-generating facility by the King County Airport/Boeing Field. The museum was having its annual bar-b-que, where they not only opened the plant for guided and unguided tours, but also had old cars & fire engines, model trains and demonstrations of smaller engines (steam, gas, hot air, etc.) for the public.
In the spirit of my past Friday strolls, I decided beforehand to concentrate on a simple element for this stroll, I chose circles and curves. In all my composition you’ll see one or both of those 2 element featured. Having never been to the plant before I was not disappointed with the abundance of these 2 elements.
Hope you enjoy this view into the past as much as I did. I am looking forward to more visits to unique places in the Pacific NW.
Here is a slide-show of some select pictures from this stroll.
As always your comments are welcome.
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