Was walking home after a long day at school, along Franklin St near Eutaw St, when I saw this street art. I thought it was cute. Definitely brightened my day – so much joy in appreciating the little things in life. ***Sorry to disappoint if the title made you think this was a spooky Halloween post, hope you appreciate the play on words 🙂 ***
With Love, P
I could not resist sharing this breathtaking picture of yesterday’s sunset. Photo credit to my friend, Dimiter Avtanski. Hope to learn to capture such beautiful images as this.
Prayer ribbon petitions for PEACE. These will catch your attention if you walk by the First Franklin St Presbyterian Church in Mt. Vernon. The architecture of this church is beautiful, I’ll have to take a picture of it one day and share with you all. Cheers!
It was very windy today, but that didn’t stop an audience from gathering at the harbor-place amphitheater to watch a performance.
Seen along North Charles St near 22nd st.
This is a great place for early morning walks, especially beautiful if you are there around sunrise.
Featuring a 50-foot tall “man-woman”/”he-she” sculpture.
These benches are all over the city, usually at bus stops. This particular bench is at the corner of St Paul and Madison St. Notice how someone chalked in the word “CHAOS” on the bench. I guess not everybody agrees.
Anyone else have a hard time understanding why and how government can shut down?