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Long story short, I turned a class trip to the new Army Corps HQ in Seattle into a business trip for photography. Camera settings get screwed up along the way, but hey, life happens sometimes. Welcome to the weekend that got me the hell away from my architecture studio for a brief, sweet moment in time.
It'd be sick of me, as an architecture student, to not visit Steven Holl's famous Chapel of St. Ignatius at Seattle University.
I would also be remiss, as a sports fan, to pass up the opportunity to support one of Seattle's (remaining) teams. Shame the Mariners got destroyed.
I´ve liked all your high quality pictures, but above all those about Seattle´s skyline. Very intense colours, even in cloudy days. I´ve liked the sharpness and scenes you´ve captured. You did a great work in Seattle, of course.