Reframe: 50 Years Of Boren And Marion

December 17th, 2007 @ 1:08 am by Cliffe | Sorted Reframe |
I’ve always been interested in how a particular landscape changes over time.
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Since we haven’t done a Reframe comparison in quite a while, let’s bust it back out.
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This Reframe takes a look at the intersection of Boren and Marion looking West. The first shot is from 1955 and the second is present day, with this area being just one block away from the First Hill Painted Lady. Give the images a click for closer inspection.
December 6, 1955: The City of Seattle responds to some fallen trees from a windstorm on Boren and Marion. You can see the St. James Ca thedral towers in the background. Photograph courtesy Seattle Municipal Archives.
November 3, 2007: The same frame at present day. The empty parking lot has been replaced with a rather ugly building and the trees replaced with younger models. New skyscrapers also fill the skyline.

2 Responses to “Reframe: 50 Years Of Boren And Marion”

  1. Didi says:

    I love reframe comparisons! I do this all the time. It is so amazing to see the many changes most of which are not for the better.

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