Today I’m breaking from the standard photography stuff. Why? Because the bulldozers are out across the hill from me, starting the demolition for the Light Rail station on Capitol Hill. Finally. Although it isn’t scheduled to start actually operating for another 6 or 8 years, I suppose it’s something. There’s a gallery below of the work going on today.
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Just strolling the hill the other day and noticed this house. Since the crappy rowhouses just down the way (and right across the street from a hospital and a 7-11) are going for 600k (good luck with that), this place must be “worth” even more. When you need to put barbed wire around it, maybe you need to start thinking about why your neighbors hate you. Anyway, I just like the picture. Love that dreamy bokeh – without it, you could never make the barbed wire stand out in front of a subject like this.