Sunday, November 13, 2011

November 12 of 12

Yes, despite my sporadic (to say the least) posting, I have a 12 of 12 to share this month. It was actually a weekend, a day that both Scott and I had off, and there was actually the opportunity to take pictures. Don't expect this every month! (I'm sure y'all don't ... )

So here we go. All pictures were taken Saturday, November 12, 2011 in Seattle, Washington.

The pond in our back yard. The maples are pretty brilliant this fall:

Looking out the leaded glass of our front door:

Building in First Hill, just outside of downtown:

We grabbed lunch at the First Hill Bar & Grill - the lighting (and my camera) aren't that great, but have you seen "My Big Fat Greek Wedding"?

Cologne dispenser in the men's room. Yes, it's between the urinals. Notice the high quality '80's selections of scents:

I used to live a couple of blocks from here when I first moved to Seattle. I miss a lot of things about this neighborhood:

I love the older buildings around here:

Town Hall Seattle. We're here to be a part of the radio audience for the taping of two episodes of NPR's Says You:

The stage (I didn't get any good pictures of the panelists, so this is it):

One of the windows in the Great Hall. Town Hall Seattle was originally a church built in the early 1900's:

The carpet. I'm thinking of getting this for our house:

Scott and me. We always have fun:

Thanks for coming. Hope to see you again soon. Have a great day!


Jill said...

Looks like a very fun day - your expressions in the last shot are great!

Thanks for sharing. :)

Aimee said...

Ooh, how was the taping? That would be so much fun.

TJ said...

I enjoyed your 12 of 12 photos. I love the tree/ pond in your back yard. It's beautiful. I also love the glass from your front door. Anyway, thanks for sharing your day...

john said...

I really enjoy pictures of other people brings some laughter and also a smile to my day...

Will said...

The red maples are gorgeous. We put two new ones in this fall that will be visible from every room in the front of the house.

Have a VERY Happy Thanksgiving, Matt and Scott!