Transmogrifying The Needle Into A Parallax View
Tonight’s challenge is “transmogrify”. Killing two birds with one stone, I both learned a new word and honed my blogging skills. I love that Friday challenge. I had plenty of funny pictures to choose from but I selected these few from Seattle’s landmark the 1962 Space Needle. It’s as ubiquitous as Alexander Platz’s Fernsehturm in Berlin. As it is reflected in the buildings it starts taking funny shapes and it’s then “transmogrified”.
Here too in the façade of Paul Allen’s Frank Gerry EMP museum building.
Another angle from the bottom of the EMP building again.
Seen from below under the glass canopy whilst queueing up for the lifts. As the needle is transmogrified, one is reminded of its appearance in the 1974 Ian Pakula film “The Parallax View” with Warren Beatty. A parallax view is really what we tried to bring here in this post and I hope it was conveyed properly.