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The sculpture is innovative, the building kinda scary looking -- don't think I'd want to be in it! :D
The Rainier Tower is so cool! But I won't want to be inside it as I have experienced an earthquake while in a high-rise apartment.
I love the sculpture. The unusually shaped skyscaper is very unique. Happy weekend.
That Rainier Tower has always fascinated me. It's still standing, after all these years! :)
I wish I had thought of this idea - using stratospheric structures.Have a great weekend. I envy you for trying out rock climbing :D
beautiful! nice subjects.
That is an amazing building ! I agree with YTSL... I don't want to go inside !
Great photos. I've been in Seattle several times but don't remember the Rainier Tower--will look for it next time I'm in that part of the world.
Fantastic vertical structures but I would be scared to go near the Rainier tower. Sreisaat Adventures
Unusual sculpture and building, great shots for the theme!!vertical
Great symmetry, Luna. You absolutely captured the theme!
i find the second thought amazing, why would anybody build it in this manner? :)
That's quiet a strange sculpture !
Great shots!My Photohunt, have a nice weekend!
Those are wonderful photos, especially the sculpture and you have taken full advantage of its veriticality in the photo.Happy weekend to you.
Ang gandang installation nun unang foto!
Great photos for this weeks theme. I have been in the Rainier bldg many times, yet it always give me a strange feeling, to walk near it. Thanks for stopping by. Happy week end.
More man-made verticals. Great shots!Happy Sunday!I'm late. Take a peek at mine if you get the time.Purrs,Sara Cathttp://christina-smycken.blogspot.com/2010/04/photohunt-theme-208-vertical-fotojakt.html#links
What an unusual shape for a building! what's inside it, the lower part I mean?
wow i love those beautiful shots you have here! fits right on the theme! i like both the metal sculpture and the tower!mine's up athttp://www.facilityserv.net/2010/04/ph208-vertical-tree.html
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