Friday, March 29, 2013

Seattle Public Library

The main branch of Seattle Public Library downtown is trippy. I saw it for the first time four years ago and was blown away anew when I visited it again this past week.

Two of the most striking features are the two neon green escalators that lead to infinity (it seems.)

Then there is the Red Hall. If you've ever wished you could walk through a vast corridor of red, molded plastic, the Red Hall is not to be missed.

When I made the epic journey up the escalator to the top floor, I discovered a couple of window washers outside the building, hanging by their harnesses like spiders!

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