Saturday, February 16, 2008

A Train Runs Through It

The Olympic Sculpture Park is dissected by an avenue and a wide girth of train tracks that carry frequent freight trains that service the Port of Seattle docks and Boeing aircraft manufacturing plants, as well as passenger trains. I liked the slicing triangles of space and concrete that appear in the view under a pedestrian path of the Sculpture Park above.

1 comment:


you must mean "bi-sected" [in two] dissected would mean that it has been dessicated, which is not the case. a girth of train tracks,too, is an impossibility except verbally you can sling anything together. but i agree that the sculpture park is far preferable to the former arco cracking plant.