2nd Ave Extension South, Pioneer Square

Photo A.M.Moscoso
Photo A.M.Moscoso
Photo A.M. Moscoso
Photo A.M. Moscoso
Photo: A.M. Moscoso
Photo: A.M. Moscoso
Photo A.M. Moscoso
Photo A.M. Moscoso
Photo: A.M. Moscoso
Photo: A.M. Moscoso

Found Art- these are painted on a wall in an alley.

Unless you are on foot and  go down the alley you can’t really see the artwork that pops up there- so I like to check it out to see what’s new.

This is the best show yet.

amm

January 16, 2017

Seattle, Washington

USA

Sunday Is Artwalk Day

Last Sunday was a pretty good day to go out and see some Art- being that it’s October I was hoping to start finding little of the Odd and Macabre and I did!

Photo A.M. Moscoso
Photo A.M. Moscoso

Grave Offerings:

I’m pretty sure the family didn’t leave these at the graveside ( and the caretaker didn’t think so either ) but they were interesting trinkets and I’m sure there’s a little story to be told.

Or maybe two.

When it’s dark.

Luis and Anita
Luis and Anita

Me and Luis: We are not art but I don’t run a lot of pictures of me- so here you go.

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Photo A.M. Moscoso

Hamish Becomes Art

I was playing fetch with my dog and snapped this picture- I was to late to get the shot I wanted so I almost didn’t save it, but then I really looked at it and…

Photo A.M. Moscoso
Photo A.M. Moscoso

Upon closer inspection I saw Cujo.

Photo A.M. Moscoso
Photo A.M. Moscoso
Photo Luis S Moscoso
Photo Luis S Moscoso

Sometimes we become art without even knowing it.

 

In The Shadow Of Anubis

Photography: Developing Your Eye I ( WordPress )  is a 10-day photo challenge for bloggers of all photography levels, from beginning photobloggers to pro photographers

Day Seven: “Big” — A Point of View

Today, let’s go big. Photograph something of massive size, inside or outside.

I took these a few years ago when the King Tut exhibit came to Seattle.

I had been lucky enough to be invited to an event for the Media and Elected officials before it was opened to the public.

 I was beside myself- I was going to have a chance to stroll through the exhibits eat some great food and hear some great music- plus there was a bug zoo going on at the same time.

What can be better then that?

Seeing this before the exhibit opened:

I walked out of my warehouse and saw this peeking at me from the street above:

Photo A.M. Moscoso
Photo A.M. Moscoso

I couldn’t believe it- Anubis, looking out over me.

I had been fascinated with archeology since I was eight years old and most of what motivated me to learn and work as an embalmer was Anubis and what he represented.

Photo: A.M. Moscoso
Photo: A.M. Moscoso

I walked a little closer and looked up – it was a very surreal moment.

The  I ran through the tunnel to the street above and there he was:

Photo A.M. Mosocos
Photo A.M. Mosocoso

Anubis would look over the building I work in for the entire time  The King Tut Exhibit was in Seattle- the day they took him away I couldn’t watch. It was sad.

Still, when I walk by the King Street Station I can still see him there:

Phtoto A.M. Moscoso
Phtoto A.M. Moscoso

I took these photos with my digital point and click camera- I was trying to figure out how to use it and get interesting shots from it despite the fact it did all of the thinking.

But I did all the feeling.

Photo: A.M. Moscoso
Photo: A.M. Moscoso

( Seattle, Washington

Pioneer Square

May 2012)