Sometimes, when you least expect it, you see it. The hidden and the rustic. Some things just get old, and others mature, adding character with each moment of light, each passing year.
Some of this old lighthouse might have been restored over time but when you walk up to the entrance, the door is topped with the original keystone from 1872. A symbol of antiquity, of history. Forever emblazoned on this landmark for all to see.
This week, the challenge was to create an image of a door as a transition. This image encapsulates the historic feature of the lighthouse yet lights the way for all that come in the future.
Up on the bridge, the colors change. They cool, become more vibrant. Inviting you to come closer and be apart of the experience. The river below.
“A Place to Sit”
All around them, the lives of many continue to go on in the hustle and bustle of inner city living. Scurrying about trying to find what they came to look for, the others are tired, weary, wanting to find a place to sit and rest. A few have already decided it was time, while it was still quiet here, to rest and read for awhile. And sit.
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It crosses over the river but it’s not for cars. The newest addition to our city is only for pedestrians and street cars, connecting the downtown to the industrial area across the way. The bridge during the day doesn’t look that striking but at night, it comes alive with color. Mesmerizing.