Admittedly, another view inside my apartment isn’t very exciting. But this is where I spent the day putting final touches on future work for clients that should ease things along. Luckily everything my cat needs is automated, from feeding to playtime. (Kidding, I let her sit on my lap when I’m working.)
Took a quick tour of construction at the Depot. Brought along that rented Leica camera and dang if it requires absolutely no post color-corrections to get a solid shot.
It’s prime spring right now. In other news: Mom and I ordered too much pizza. Intentional leftovers.
Park City Chili served the corner of Northside for 100 years. The building sold recently and it’s going to live once again as The Park.
The Depot in Northside got a shiny new roof. Not the best photo, but I’ve come to think that these grainy phone snapshots have an impressionistic quality.
Spent the day with my mom. If we had step counter devices they would have gone off the charts. We ended up at Spring Grove to see spring unfold. The magnolias were the first to awaken.
The new Gantry apartments outside my window are getting really close to being done. There’s lots more developments in this view, more on that soon.