So I’m borrowing my coworker’s Canon EF-S 10-22mm lens for the weekend and I couldn’t even wait until I got home to use it, so I heading over to Isle View Park during lunch. Wide angle lens + glorious sky = awesome.
It’s odd. I don’t consider myself one of those “world travelers”. A year ago I didn’t even really have the desire to travel outside of the U.S. “There’s so much to see here, I don’t need to go over the ocean,” I would say. But life has an odd way of making decisions for you….
The second stop on our recent vacation was to Pennsylvania Dutch/Amish Country. We stayed at a wonderful Bed & Breakfast called the Silverstone Inn run by two outstanding hosts, Toni and Lorin Wortel. The Inn is a restored 1750s farmhouse, and features over 10 acres of farmland, an active fresh water spring, sheep, and some…
I decided to take my interest in the newly found Marine Star project a step further and contact the project to see if I could get an update on their status. I also extended an olive branch on behalf of the CTRC, since us large-scale preservation projects need each other’s support as much as possible….
Amanda and I had the opportunity to go with Chris Byrd and Mike Miller of Broadway-Fillmore Alive to visit the former Sears building on that corner. Here’s a series of photos of the Broadway/Fillmore area taken from the roof. Keep an eye on BFA’s site to see some photos of the Sears building itself. BFA…
Thanks for sharing your photo. I grew up near the Broadway Market, went there every weekend when I was a child. I still love the Market but today I’m afraid to travel there, even in the daytime. My folks would be so destroyed if they saw the old neighborhood now.