anthurium by dittto
dittto

anthurium

by dittto in architecture

the seattle public library's downtown building is a work of art itself..a urban photographer's dream perhaps. so many lines, shapes, colors..one could easily spend an entire day there! is such an amazing place..spent an afternoon of my vacation there just to take pics :]

please dont use my art unless i give you permission..thank you :)

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  • Lucifer

    Lucifer

    you can take normal and ordinary pics unique and special way....i take my hat off....you are very VERY talented :)

    May 30th, 2012 Reply who wants a hug?
    • dittto

      dittto

      you are so very kind to me, Lucie..so very appreciative!

      May 30th, 2012 Reply
    • Lucifer

      Lucifer

      im not as kind as you think :D i just really like what i see....your pics :D sometimes i let my heart talk instead of brain :D

      May 30th, 2012 Reply who wants a hug?
    • dittto

      dittto

      aww..you are very modest as well i see ;) am the very same..luckily my brain can never seem to articulate anything comprehensible!

      May 30th, 2012 Reply
    • Lucifer

      Lucifer

      hahahaha :D lucky you :D

      May 30th, 2012 Reply who wants a hug?
  • SuharLeonheart

    SuharLeonheart

    Great angle & perspective mate

    Apr 29th, 2012 Reply Shadowness Staff
  • zer0nyx

    zer0nyx

    great angle :)

    Apr 24th, 2012 Reply
  • JurgenDoe

    JurgenDoe

    Congratulation!

    Your art is very inspirational to all of us artists and at Shadowness we like to thank our amazing artists for all they do, to show our appreciation for you, your artwork has been featured in todays Daily Inspiration #414

    http://shadowness.com/dailyinspiration/forum/daily-inspiration-414

    Apr 23rd, 2012 Reply Shadowness Staff
  • LAlight

    LAlight

    Like I said before, I'm so ready to get back and shoot here again!
    You know what I love about Seattle..? (besides the obvious things like teriyaki, the weather, and the mountains...) I love that you can walk around with your camera, scoping and making art, and no one looks at you like you're crazy. They absolutely just didn't give us a second glance as we walked around the library with our cameras. I like that feeling of blending in, and not sticking out like a sore thumb the way I do here...it's both refreshing and comforting. ♥

    Sorry for the tangent...

    Brilliant work, sweetie! Love the shapes and angles you find in architecture that so closely resemble nature. Tis amazing what a nature photographer finds in other places...I wonder if an architectural photographer would find architecture in nature?

    PS...think I've had too much coffee this morning!

    Apr 23rd, 2012 Reply
    • dittto

      dittto

      lol..is nice having that feeling of anonymity while in the masses! used to feel awkward doing so but now have no issues shooting wherever i may be :]

      yay for coffee! makes for excellent comments :D truly appreciated sweetie

      am sure theres some crazy architects out there that sees urban in nature.. structurally..can see many benefits from learning from natures growth

      Apr 23rd, 2012 Reply
    • LAlight

      LAlight

      Yeah, I absolutely love the feeling of anonymity...feel like I'm under a microscope when I come back here! Never really occurred to me, but that's a big part of the reason I always feel so comfortable there!

      Apr 23rd, 2012 Reply
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  • essencestudios

    essencestudios

    I love that they weren't afraid to use colour!!! most libraries are beige:P

    Apr 23rd, 2012 Reply Crazy Cat Lady
  • shackledfae

    shackledfae

    Cool! That almost looks like a sculpture! Very nice!

    Apr 23rd, 2012 Reply
    • dittto

      dittto

      teehee..a sculpture inside a sculpture! thanks so much, Holly!

      Apr 23rd, 2012 Reply
    • shackledfae

      shackledfae

      I suppose you could look at the whole world as a sculpture, if you wanted to!

      Apr 23rd, 2012 Reply