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The evening sun illuminates Downtown Seattle, as seen from the Space Needle.
Enjoy a view of the Seattle skyline from Bellevue, the Emerald City's eastern metropolitan neighbor across the expanse of scenic Lake Washington.
The latest article in my blog is the kickoff of a new series tied under what I like to call "Photocycling." If interested (or are just curious as to what the heck I'm going on about), please visit and view the images in Chapter One of "TIA's Adventures in Photocycling".
This article features more of my editorial images and -- can you believe it -- natural landscapes from my region of residence.
Seattle, Washington, USA.
December 1, 2020 was, unbelievably, the 11th anniversary of TIA International Photography. This was the day that the City of Seattle registered TIA as a licensed sole proprietorship in the business of offering professional photography services back in 2009.
This message is just a greeting of gratitude for all of you who have been perpetually supportive and encouraging of my objectives since TIA's inception.
To commemorate the occasion, this special, short timelapse video features an activity that I used to do so often in my earlier years -- driving around Seattle and contemplating potential photo opportunities!
I can't believe it's been 11 years, especially when I didn't think I could sustain this small business after one year.
Latest blog article: "The Satirical Tales of a Moody Photographer: Chapter 1 (Weekend at Boise's)"
Seattle Fire Department Chief Seattle Fireboat and other boats glow at sunset as a ferry departs.
Happy Slider Sunday!
Seattle waterfront from the Bainbridge Island ferry.
The red E is for the Edgewater Hotel where the Beatles once stayed and fished from their room.
The Space Needle is being remodeled. So it has a strange tarp around it. They are putting in glass floors! Hope they thought that out.. Not everyone likes looking straight down at the ground...
On the way to Bellingham I stopped at Rizal Park in Seattle. This is an iconic view on Seattle skyline. I was there several times, but always at sunset. The first time I took picture od Seattle at dawn, I was attracted by the fog over skyscrapers.
Seattle Waterfront Park, Pier 57.
I haven't posted for a while. This is a hint of where I was.
This image of Seattle was captured at Kerry Park last Spring, when low-lying clouds glowed red from Seattle Center's Key Arena below.
Early morning moodiness and reflections of the Seattle skyline on Lake Union with fog hovering above the skyscrapers. The image was captured around 5:50am. The conditions were very foggy, but with just enough fog hovering in the sky to reveal the skyline with the downtown buildings below, complemented by their illumination reflected on Lake Union in the foreground. This was a 30-second exposure which creates the long streaks of colorful lights reflected on the surface of the lake. In effect, the goal was to capture the mood, which contrasts with the feel of a sunrise or sunset. This mood or atmosphere is darker, more gothic, and enigmatic.
Latest blog articles:
"Capital vs. Capitol: The Difference" (The recent insurrection in D.C. has revealed many people do not know the difference between the two terms).
"Legacy of a King" (The unique relationship between Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the City of Seattle, and King County).
Photographed by Bernie Duhamel: bernieduhamelphotography.com/
Port of Seattle
Featured in this image:
The Seattle Space Needle is an observation tower in Seattle, Washington, a landmark of the Pacific Northwest and an icon of Seattle. It was built in the Seattle Center for the 1962 World's Fair, which drew over 2.3 million visitors. Nearly 20,000 people a day used its elevators.
605 ft (184 m) high, 138 ft (42 m) wide, and weighs 9,550 short tons (8,660 tonnes). It is built to withstand winds of up to 200 mph (320 km/h) and earthquakes of up to 9.0 magnitude. It also has 25 lightning rods.
The Space Needle has an observation deck at 520 ft (160 m) and the rotating SkyCity restaurant at 500 ft (150 m)
Info. from Wikipedia
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The Seattle Great Wheel is a Ferris wheel at Pier 57 on Elliott Bay in Seattle, Washington. With an overall height of 175 feet (53.3 m), it was the tallest Ferris wheel on the West Coast of the United States when it opened on June 29, 2012. (Source: Wikipedia)
Seattle from Elliott Bay. Mt. Rainier far right, Seahawks stadium center background, grain terminal.
Seattle this morning. Sitting there at Kerry Park....
I can't help going to this location again and again in search of my masterpiece shot :-)