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Riding the Escalator - Seattle Central Library

Riding the escalator up, a library patron approaches the landing for the Fifth Avenue entrance of the Seattle Public Library.
Observing the behavior of people utilizing escalators can be an interesting way to wile away a few minutes of your time. Some people step on and ride standing stock still, some hold on for dear life, some ‘walk’ up the steps, some talk, some don’t, some hesitate while getting on, and ‘leap’ getting off. This fellow is the ‘stock still’ variety. I’m a stock still and a hesitator, I don’t want to make a misstep getting on or off. What about you??

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‘WEEKLY TOP SHOT’ #56

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  • Old Water Tower – Weekly Top Shot #193 (2)
    • Evelyn Spikes: It’s pretty easy to see that it’s located in a damp climate! And, “No, I don’t believe I would want to drink water from it.” Great shot, though.
    • Jo Ann Bayne: I’d rather not drink water from that tank – but it is being put to a good use for the tech equipment – better than erecting one more unsightly cell phone tower.
  • Barge Tow Chains – Weekly Top Shot #192 (2)
    • MaryBeth: Hi Marge, I wondered where you went. I guess I didn’t look hard enough. I thought about you when we were in Eastern Washington on the weekend and now your name just popped up on...
    • bill burke: Nice reflection! That is one rusty and long chain.
  • Wild Carrot – Weekly Top Shot #190 (3)
    • Nonnie: no, it wasn’t TMI! thanks for informing me about Queen Anne’s Lace other moniker. I’d be tickled if someone chose my name for an animal.
    • Evelyn Spikes: Strange yellow…but I agree that it’s pretty! Albino, maybe? 😉
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