Monthly Archives: February 2010

The Capitol Theater, Olympia, Washington.  Cute, vintage, art deco.

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Why is New York City so great?  These homes, on the Upper West Side (near Central Park) allow passerby to appreciate the mix of buildings, old and new, tall and short, together .  While old buildings are definitely en vogue, … Continue reading

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No, this isn’t a building.  It’s still a structure, though.  This picture was taken in Portland, Oregon near the N. Mississippi neighborhood.  The way the highways interlace is really quite neat, almost artistic.

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Neither one of these pictures is mine, thank vi.sualize.us for them!  The difference between the barn and the tunnel is obviously the time that it has been around.  Both include a linear path to a bigger space.  That has been … Continue reading

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What’s better than traveling the country (or continent) with a portable home?  With every campground comes an entire set of new acquaintances and adventures, whether that be panning for gold or riding bikes, even disconnecting from the trailer and adventuring … Continue reading

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Poundbury

The town of Poundbury, on the fringes of Dorchester (in Dorset County, England), is an idealistic town headed by Prince Charles.  The idea is that this town will provide work for the 6000 residents who are expected to live there … Continue reading

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The George W. Cheney House was featured in the Hartford Courant’s “Historic Opportunities” article last year.  The house, now owned by the church, faces the wrecking ball as the church continues to expand and needs a parking lot for it’s … Continue reading

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