Posts by Adrienne Kreiger

Driving for Color

Looking for color. Color study Seattle. adriennekrieger.com

Last week I spent a couple hours driving around Seattle on a crisp fall day with my windows down and my heater up. I was taking in the sights and smells of the city as I documented my short journey. But my day didn’t start with the city, It began in a search for the…

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A Closer Look

Upclose look at an iris

One of my favorite things about spring right now is taking a closer look at the details of how plants grow. There are repeating shapes and overlapping patterns that make my math side giddy. And yet, I have so much reverence  and quiet interest in these building blocks of life. It takes a surprising amount…

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Chasing Fog

The sun rising through mist over boats on still water.

One of my favorite things about fall in the Pacific Northwest is the fog. I am typically an early riser, loving the calm of the morning. But on the mornings when I look out and see fog, I lose all sense of calm, dragging my partner from bed with more enthusiasm than he is ready…

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A Continuing Discussion

The Washington Post recently posted this Article about the health effect of LED lights. It is exciting to see that the conversation around nighttime artificial light is picking up momentum. This article focuses in on Seattle, the city in which I live, and the discussion around how bright our new LED street lights are. Some critics…

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