50 degrees and sunny is too cold for me, but for a select few it’s a perfect day for shirtless volleyball at Golden Gardens Park in Seattle, Washington on Sunday, February 5, 2012.
Posts Tagged ‘Seattle’
Category Olympic Sculpture Park, SAM, Seattle, Seattle Art Museum, space needle, Washington
Category City Hall, Public Library, SAM, Seattle, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Library, Seattle Washington, Vacation, Washington
Category New York Times, Photo Essay, Photography, Seattle, Stephanie Sinclair
The New York Times Magazine published a piece on Why DOES IT Matter that families EAT TOGETHER? It’s a feature piece interviewing families in why meal times are so important to them. Additionally, the families’ commentary shares about the food on the table. The interviews were handled by Alexandra Wolfe and the photos by Stephanie Sinclair.
A shopper buys produce at a fruit and vegetable stand inside the Public Market Center on Aug 29, 2010, in Seattle, Washington. Family members of mine purchased items from this market stall to later cook and share for dinner.
Category Color, Photography, Seattle, Sunset, Travel Photography
On my trip to Seattle I had a request to watch and photograph a sunset. To fulfill that task, my sister took me to Golden Gardens Park, where we watched the sun descend over the Puget Sound. I captured this kayaker paddling into the marina, but framed him looking small and isolated from everything when he really was a hundred feet from shore and people.