Seattle 2014.

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Maine - United States

The signs, the beatles mural the man crossing the street and lighting come together a statement of life and changes of time passages. L/F

Frank Winters replied:

Thanks,Bob. Seattle looks like a place frozen in the past yet newer than most places.

New York, NY - United States

Very interesting photograph, wonderful series!

Frank Winters replied:

Many thanks! Glad to hear from you, Goth!

Dallas, TX - United States

Congratulations Frank on your feature in "Life Is What Happens". We are pleased to share this marvelous example of your work with the group members and visitors. fav

Frank Winters replied:

Thanks so much Alec for the comment and feature! Its an honor!

New York, ny - United States

very cool shot frank,love the mural of the infamous beatles photo and the man crossing the street interacting together:) l/f

Frank Winters replied:

Thanks Ed. Nice of you to say so! I like this one a lot myself. One of those iPhone images that somehow just work. The softness is consistent with Seattle, I think.

Livonia, Mi - United States

What a wonderful correspondence between the man on the street and the people painted on the mural! Wonderfully well seen and photographed, Frank. f/l

Frank Winters replied:

Thanks, Ann. Beatles and Seattle -- seems like a good match!

Richmond Hill, ON - Canada

Seattle is always overcast! Nice, would be nice to see a B/W version!

Frank Winters replied:

Thanks again, Valentino. I do have a B&W version -- I'll post it. Thing is 1, We spent 8 days in Seattle -- sun cam out during 7 -- so did the Mountain! 2. I like the color version because the colors in this one are everywhere in Seattle -- better sense of place in this case with color.

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