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Posts tagged “streets

Nashville – Broadway 001

The neon signs of the various honky-tonk bars, such as Tootsie's Orchid Lounge, reflect off of the wet pavement of Broadway St. in Nashville, TN.

The neon signs of the various honky-tonk bars, such as Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, reflect off of the wet pavement of Broadway St. in Nashville, TN.

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Manhattan – Chelsea 002

This is the view of 17th St. as you look east standing on the High Line in Chelsea, Manhattan, NYC.

This is the view of 17th St. as you look east standing on the High Line in Chelsea, Manhattan, NYC.


Manhattan – Chelsea 001

As you peer down 10th Ave. from the High Line, you can see the hustle and bustle of the cars and pedestrians of Chelsea in Manhattan, NYC.

As you peer down 10th Ave. from the High Line, you can see the hustle and bustle of the cars and pedestrians of Chelsea in Manhattan, NYC.


Downtown Detroit 005 BW

While visiting the Motor City, I was really impressed by all of the great architecture of the many historic buildings in Downtown Detroit, MI.

While visiting the Motor City, I was really impressed by all of the great architecture of the many historic buildings in Downtown Detroit, MI.


Downtown Detroit 003 BW

While visiting the Motor City, I was really impressed by all of the great architecture of the many historic buildings in Downtown Detroit, MI.

While visiting the Motor City, I was really impressed by all of the great architecture of the many historic buildings in Downtown Detroit, MI.


Merida Yucatan 003

There are many unique architectural elements of the buildings of Merida, Yucatan, nicknamed the "Paris of Mexico".

There are many unique architectural elements of the buildings of Merida, Yucatan, nicknamed the “Paris of Mexico”.


NOLA – French Quarter 011 BW

The Halloween decorations adorning the historic homes of the French Quarter reflect just how much the people of New Orleans really get into the holiday.

The Halloween decorations adorning the historic homes of the French Quarter reflect just how much the people of New Orleans really get into the holiday.