Brick and Mortar

Brick and Mortar

Georgetown (Seattle), Washington :: October 2010
Nikon D80 Nikkor 85mm 1.8D

9 October 2010, 14:46 :: hide comments :: Posted in: 2010, Seattle, Washington

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  1. Richard-
    I was looking through your photo archives and was just fascinated with the body of work and the quality of your images. I think I ran across a caption from a photo you took in 1977, a train station in London, perhaps, and you stated -and I paraphrase- I wonder how many of these people are still alive? Looking at photos from years gone by, with people in them, the thought or question that always comes to my mind is exactly as you stated it in this caption. I think photography makes us acutely aware of the passage of time and how special each passing moment is. These ‘moments’ can never be replicated. Thanks for taking the time, all of these years, to document where you have travelled and those you have encountered.
    Best, Fred.

    Thanks. That’s why the blog is called “All I’ve Seen”. –rchrd

    Fred King — October 10th, 2010 at 15:21 Pacific Time
  2. RIchard-
    ps: I live in Seattle about 4 miles from Georgetown.

    Thanks, Fred. I’m in Seattle this weekend visiting extended family. I love taking pictures in Seattle, because there are still so many 19thC buildings around. Our side trip to Georgetown, after visiting the Museum of Flight at Boeing Field, resulted in a number of interesting images. Stay tuned. — rchrd

    Fred King — October 10th, 2010 at 15:22 Pacific Time

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