The Olympic Sculpture Park is one of my favorite spots in Seattle and for me it’s hands down the best place in to sit and enjoy the sunset. Whenever I shoot there, I always take a few minutes for myself to sit and enjoy the moment. The park itself represents one of the things I love about Seattle: valuing green space and creating a balance between nature and big-city concrete and steel.
The last shot above is of my favorite sculpture in the park. It’s a lone, isolated, stainless-steel tree seemingly trying to blend into nature. In complete silhouette, you can’t tell that it’s not an organic tree. I find myself wondering if the tree feels anything when people realize it’s not a “real” tree. It may sound strange, but I can relate to that on a personal level.