After a tear-down on Ross Avenue, this old signage for Genser’s Furniture made a brief appearance. Once the lot was cleaned up, work began on a new new building that will likely conceal it for another 50 years.
Pretty much every year I revisit photos from the past that I might have previously overlooked, and this year has been no different. Without all that much new material to edit during the tail end of the cold winter months, I’ve been digging through my old shots from 2015.
A noon-hour Downtown photo walk. Highlights include the 360 Main Street re-cladding, which is coming along quite nicely, and the great new signage at the McKim Building (formerly the Crocus Building, and the Ashdown Hardware Store before that).
Working in the vicinity of Shaw Park, I’m often treated to beautiful morning and evening views. I don’t always have my camera with me, but I do always have my phone (iPhone 6 to be exact), and they say the best camera is the one you have with you. As long as you don’t zoom in too close, I tend to agree.
A lovely foggy morning from way back in late October.