Minoru Yamasaki Arches
I'm lying flat on my back under the center Minoru Yamasaki arch. The wide angle lens captures four of the other arches in a symmetrical manner. The red coloring is caused by colored lights that project up from each of the four supports of each arch. These arches are 100 feet tall (about 30.5 meters) and where build in 1962 for the Seattle World's Fair.
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