‘sun shadows’… this downtown city art is by Weston Lambert entitled ‘Our Time’
I loved the sun through the work. The two close-ups reveal the beauty of the ‘green’. Located at Grand & Fiona.Thanks for stoppin’ in today! bb >
‘happy 4th’ of July’ … my shots from the big show. Hope your 4th was awesome too! Thanks for floatin’ by. bb >*<
‘granary building’...restoration, refurbishment, renewal…words all describing the beautiful fact that the Granary Building which represents a history of our community, that thrived through creating a ‘co-operative’ and successful egg industry, is on it’s way to a new life! It’s very exciting for many reasons. Thanks for stoppin’ in today! bb >*<
‘the sequence’…so…yesterday, I actually caught this going down a few minutes after I went out in the rain and got the shots posted last evening. It was awesome to have caught this at the right moment…pure timing luck on this one! So, this is a 8 photo sequence for you. Thanks for droppin’ in today! bb >*<
‘cosmic tree art’ …thanks to mother nature and the universe. This tree lives on Holly Street in the Bellingham Arts District. Thanks for ridin’ on in today! bb >*<
Amoureuse de Paris, j'aime aussi l'architecture, les ruines et leurs histoires, l' exploration urbaine (Urbex), les courses de chevaux, la ville, la campagne et la nature, et ... je suis très curieuse
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