From The Corner of My Eye

Photo A.M. Moscoso

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I keep catching glimpses of the odd and macabre from the corner of my eye.

I know.

You should see what is right in front of me at times.
It’d give you nightmares.

amm

Photos Taken at

Post Street Alley

Seattle, Washington

OCTOBER 2017

 

Sticking To It

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Underneath the Pike Place Market in Seattle, Washington

on a dark little road is the world famous

GUM WALL.

People from all over the world like to look at the Gum Wall and they even take turns getting their picture taken in front of it.

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This is how it works:

You chew gum, take it out of your mouth stick it to the wall and make

art.

Myself, I’d rather not do anything that brings me in direct contact with the wall.

But then again, I never claimed to be an artist.

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It actually smells kind of nice down in Post Alley, some of the time.

On the other hand, it’s almost a relief when you go back upstairs and you get a nose full of freshly caught fish.

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I guess if you have to be famous for something, you could do worse then fish and chewing gum.

I guess.

Julio’s Eyes

 

These are pictures my son took on the train ride he and  his fiance Nicole took on their train ride out to the West coast from Wisconsin to visit our family.

So here is some of the world through Julio’s Eyes.

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GOT YOU!

 

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Eclipse 2017
Seattle, Washington

I was going through my Eclipse pictures when I realized I had missed something-

This is a reflection of the Eclipse- but the Sun was actually above and behind the building in this shot.

So here I was thinking I didn’t have anything cool from my picture taking day during the Eclipse and I did.

YAY!

Original Photo:

ECLIPSE DAY
SEATTLE WA.USA
10:23am

Well That Was Fun!


These aren’t the most  sexy Eclipse 2017 pictures you’ll see but they are interesting.

I stood in the same spot and went back every ten minutes to take a picture of the Sun. Because you can’t look at the Sun ( duh) I had to shoot without looking into the camera.

I didn’t know what I would get, but I figured it would be cool.

When I went back and looked at the pictures in order you did see the sun in all of it’s Glory- I didn’t capture the disk, but you can see it get smaller and you can see the sky around it getting a shade darker.

The temperature also dropped a  bit.

Interesting things:

The birds all went crazy. The crows and pigeons flew around in crazy circles before getting their bearings and heading off to call it a day. It wasn’t dark, but it did look like it was late in the afternoon/early evening.

Also the shadows distorted, which was kind of creepy.

In the last picture in this post, which I took just before the Eclipse was ‘over’ at 10:24, you can see an interesting camera artifact- it’s a purple orb in the top left hand corner.

In case your curious, I watched it from below street level next to the tracks at the King Street Station which was awesome because I didn’t have to talk to anyone.

PS

I’ve been going through Pictures on my FB newsfeed and I guess these photos ARE lame and not very interesting.

But I can say I was there, I wore my Eclipse Glasses and experienced my first Solar Eclipse.

That in itself was amazing.

amm

Eclipse Day
9:09
Seattle WA, USA

ECLIPSE DAY
SEATTLE WA,USA
9:21

 

There is always time for Selfies
Eclipse Day
Seattle Wa, USA
9:30

 

ECLIPSE DAY
SEATTLE WA.USA
10:23am