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Interessant,,kann man laut sagen,,, da kommt alsoder Schettino wieder rein , er in den knast und die leute die den vogel auf scheisse fuhren nichs passiert

explosion de color y luz

preciosa foto


sent you a note to that "issue".... But yes, it feels a bit odd when trying pin down a image and there are different kind of imageries show and one has to deal with other one when flip from 2D to 3D sceneries...

That building is already finished... been in there some times since. It is located right besides my office in Darmstadt

Almost none here are restored and very few have any real preservation, even to a clear coat to prevent further fading and weathering. I thought it very nice that this newer complex among the old Pennsylvania Avenue buildings actually made a sky-lit and windowed space for the restored sign. That is highly unusual and makes me wonder what pressure or history minded part on the developer's side drove that. Next time I walk by I will have to take a much closer look at that construction modification.

On the granddaughter trips to get pet treats next door a tea sample is one of the fixed, must do, stops. The place has a truly good selection of special teas to take home and a nice inside courtyard for both the served tea and pretty good pre-made sandwich selection. Our granddaughter loves herbal teas and she is always ready to judge the samples. Unfortunately, sadly, the [gum ball machine[( next stop across the alley entrance is going with the closing sports store.

There is a regular and fixed set of steps to complete on granddaughter trips to Howl to the Chief for cat and dog treats. First is a tea sample and next is this gum ball machine. The sports store has long been selling off the remaining merchandise and now the gum balls are going! Oh NO!

Certainly not a favorite and it never seemed to do all that well. Certainly a victim of astronomical rents being charged by building owners that are driving out not only the bad and marginal but some good old places as well. Some of the new ones are pretentious and vastly overpriced. One is locally famous for the "see me!" line forming every evening. Then some hire line standers, so maybe they are not so much "see me" people. Howl to the Chief is a regular granddaughter/granddad stop to get treats for a favorite Chessie.

Cranes are busy at work with concrete pours now approaching the street level of the future structure.

After a long restoration to seal leaks and fix cracks in the iron the dome emerges as scaffolding dwindles.

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