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Sunny and Snowing


Sunny and Snowing

Articles from Anne C


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Downtown Chattanooga

author: Anne C : Chattanooga, TN
Thursday, June 19th, 2008


 

Downtown Chattanooga

author: Anne C : Chattanooga, TN


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I absolutely love my hometown. One day I decided to take my camera out and capture some of the picture perfect locations. (above) From the Bluff View area (above) Photo taken near the Hunter Art Museum (above) Of the Walnut Street Bridge (above) The "Zig Zag" (above) The top of the carousel (above) The Hunter Art Museum in the evening


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For Peter


A few recent finds... A new alleyway mural near Oakwood and Vaughan. In the Annex, I believe. In Markham.

For Peter

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Dead Tree Killed By Construction


Dead tree killed by near my place of employment. Developers tore down a small apartment complex to squeeze three condos on this corner. The condos are ridiculously overpriced at $600,000. I would never buy a place for that much...

Dead Tree Killed By Construction

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Berkeley Old, Berkeley New


In my days living in downtown Berkeley this was a laundromat that I spent some time in. But mostly I walked by countless times. Marley and Berkeley, make comfy bedfellows Berkeley city of the artists, always was, and always will be ... I...

Berkeley Old, Berkeley New