A PHOTO CHALLENGE OF PLACES WE SIT…OR MIGHT SIT…OR ART ABOUT SITTING
Welcome to week 34 of the Pull up a Seat Challenge in 2020.
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It is always fun to see the variety of ideas this theme evokes.
- This and that: the next part
- Geriatri’x’ Fotogallerie
- Heart to heart
- Lin’s Doodles
- My camera and I
- Pictures without film
- Joanne’s Crafts and Adventures
- Ruined for life: Phoenix Edition
- Erin’s Big World
- Son of a Beach
- Robert’s Snap Spot
- Now at Home
My contribution this week:
These are in the Amtrak Union Station in Seattle. When I was a teen the space was very different. They had lowered the ceiling and used acoustic tiles. The seating in those days was very utilitarian. I was totally thrilled when I saw the beautiful restoration when we headed out to Glacier National Park in 2016. I spent a lot of time in the station as a teen because my sisters and I took the train back and forth between parents after their divorce, back then it was depressing.