The columns and ramps framing the top of this photo are part of Interstate 90; the longest highway in the US. This western end lands between the two sports stadiums; the eastern end is in Boston near Logan International.
Those pixelated faces represent happy transit riders reading the newspaper and looking out at South Royal Brougham Way; no doubt a nod to the great Royal Brougham, the Seattle newspaperman that helped build the city and worked at the Seattle Post-Intelligencer for 68 years.
Exaggerating concern, then comfort
A slight smile, and feigned irritation
“That sounds important”
“I gotta get this”