I’ve been looking at taking photos of the Capri for some time now. It’s one of those places I drive by all the time but somehow don’t notice it! So finally, here are the photos. The first photo is on the second level of the south wall. If you haven’t been to the Capri, it …
I drove out to the park near the Basin Creek Reservoir south of town, and this small house/cabin was more interesting than the house in the park. I reached this house about 5 minutes before getting to the park, and shot these photos on my way back. The dirt road was pretty much a one-lane …
The courthouse has decorative copper doors, which are pretty interesting if you take the time to look at the detail. I’ve been meaning to take photos of the doors for a while, but feel like I’m in the way when people are actually using those doors. The first photo is of a worn lock. I …
This is the door to the Silver St. entrance to the old St. James Healthcare . It was at around 3:45 or so, so the light was very contrasty.
This is behind the CCCS Building (Community, Counseling and Corrective Services) in the alley on the north side of Broadway Street.
I think this is the back of the Napton Building, but I’m not totally sure…I’m not sure where the Napton ends and another building begins by looking at the back of the building.
This is 133 W. Park, next to Wilhelms Flower Shop. The second photo is a reshoot of a blue door…I took photos of it a few months ago.
This sign is taped to a door in the alley north of Park Street. I’m not sure the story behind it, but it looks as if someone broke the door, and the owners somehow connected electricity to it… I’m not sure, but I thought it was interesting.
I saw this side door to a house on Mercury, and found it strange there was a teddy bear left out to rot near the steps (it’s the light blue clump on the bottom left).
This blue door is between Wilhems Flower Shop and the White House Thrift Store on Broadway Street.