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Looking through the monorail tracks to the Westin Hotel, downtown Seattle. (Click for larger view.)

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Seattle Stadium Reflection

CenturyLink Field, home of the Seattle Seahawks and Seattle Sounders, is reflected in a new glass building with cool, funky architecture. Smith Tower, which at one point was the tallest building west of the Mississippi, is at left.

Best viewed large. Captured using a Fujifilm X-T1. Processed in Lightroom and Aurora HDR.

(I wrote the book on Aurora HDR! See Photoversity.com.)

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Rotunda at the Palace of Fine Arts

I’m in Northern California to co-lead a photo workshop with my friend Mason Marsh for the next 12 days. The actual workshop starts tonight, but last night we met up in the Presidio with a fun group of photographers who participate in The Arcanum, where Mason is a Master. After shooting the beach at Crissy Field, we ended up at the Palace of Fine Arts, where the cloudy skies worked wonderfully against the lighting of the rotunda.

I’m looking forward to this trip, which is going to be a lot of work but also rewarding (and maybe a little exhausting).

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Helix Bridge

I finally had the opportunity to walk over the Helix Bridge at Amgen’s offices in Seattle. I love that this could have been just a big, boring pedestrian bridge, but someone decided to make it incredible instead.

Unfortunately, Amgen has decided to pull out of Seattle, leaving behind new offices and state-of-the-art science facilities. I hope they won’t have trouble filling the space.

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Westfield Dome