Mandala of ceramic shards, July 12, 2018
Just one small section of a sprawling work of public art called Potter’s Wall by Andrew Werby. Read all about it at this site here (created sometime in the 70s). The picture below is a closer look, which shows that the red circle is actually made of heart-shaped ceramic pieces and that the radiating orange bits are ceramic carrots. It also gives a closer view of the little ducky below the circle of red hearts.
Orange flower with streaks of red, July 7, 1018
I don’t know what kind of flower this is, but there were a hundred or so others like it where it was growing!
Light through shades of amber leaves, December 4, 2017
Amber and orange and yellow leaf-panes for filtering light … compare with the Tiffany lamp tree of about a year ago, in this post here.
Oranges and a blocked window, October 3, 2017
This photo is of just to the left of the part of the building pictured in this post here, which also features a blocked window. The orange items in the foreground are related to all the infrastructure work going on around here, most recently documented in this post here.
Ready for customers, 7:10 PM September 9, 2017
This shot captures the left side of the building whose right side is captured in this post here of a little more than three years ago. That picture was probably taken right around the middle of the day; this one was taken in early evening … and on a much cooler day. We’ve been having such a mild September (it’s usually still quite hot around this time of year)! It was just 60-something when this picture was taken — lovely!
This photo also falls into the time-honored category of “flowers against a weathered fence.” It’s just a portion of a nearby front yard … some of which has a much heavier concentration of the red poppies than this area does … all in all, quite a wildly cheerful array!
Colorful morning, April 18, 2017
What a perfect April morning (with our tax dollars at work)!