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Great Wheel Seattle (clouds winter architecture city+skyline sky water ). Photo by SteveBaker54

Great Wheel Seattle

Uploaded by: SteveBaker54

Sunday January 20, 2013

Seattle, WA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Pulling into Seattle on the Kitsap Ferry

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About SteveBaker54

SteveBaker54

Grew up in Manson on Lake Chelan WA. Family has been rasing apples for over a century. Spent a decade in tha Navy, aleutian islands, okinawa. Moved onto fortune 100s, then returned home to write software for apple sheds. Started with an olympus om1 in 77, got busy rasing kids, but returned to photagraphy 8 yrs ago, and trying to learn how to push "digital" to create effects that seemed simple when you had control of aperature, speed, and focus through direct mechanical input

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