Author Topic: The Main/E. Camden/Moore streets and 210 Main St rehab projects photos  (Read 914 times)

Offline BLeafe

  • Global Moderator
  • *****
  • Posts: 3387
  • Karma: 29
    • View Profile
    • Bob Leafe Photography
From my perspective, 210 Main - the old Bank of America building - is behind, above and somewhat to the right of the Main/E. Camden/Moore project. Aside from a two-pic shot of a wall section being raised, there's not a lot of photographic variety to be had from this distance, so walking around the area was a necessity.

If you look closely at that two-pic shot (first image), you can see someone observing the activity from a bank window - an accidentally-captured link of sorts between the two projects.

The closer shots are pretty self-explanatory with the possile exception of the purple-ish panels atop the bank. Zooming in shows "National Gypsum" branding on each panel, so I guess it's drywall.

The next-to-last image is a two-pic horizontal stitch that has been shrunken down - no scrolling necessary. The bottom section is kind of bowed-out because of the stitch. I have a single shot of the whole building that looks more normal, but I thought this image was more interesting.

Since I started with a double-image, I'm finishing with one as well - different days, different times of day = much different lighting.


Click to enlarge:




Like music? Like photography? Step into my office: http://xrl.us/BobL - - - - - - - http://xrl.us/BobsDarkness

Offline ericmartindale

  • Full Member
  • ***
  • Posts: 134
  • Karma: -5
    • View Profile
Re: The Main/E. Camden/Moore streets and 210 Main St rehab projects photos
« Reply #1 on: February 21, 2018, 09:29:37 PM »
At 211 Main, the city should not have let the developer destroy the tall arched window over the entry door.  From the photo, looks like it's getting sealed up.  They said the architectural integrity of the building would be preserved.  That evidently was a LIE.  Trust nobody, folks.

Offline BLeafe

  • Global Moderator
  • *****
  • Posts: 3387
  • Karma: 29
    • View Profile
    • Bob Leafe Photography
Re: The Main/E. Camden/Moore streets and 210 Main St rehab projects photos
« Reply #2 on: February 21, 2018, 11:40:19 PM »
Trust nobody, folks.

Trust your eyes and the knowledge that there is no 211 on Main St. If there was, it would block Banta Pl. Are you talking about the bank at 210 Main? I didn't take any pictures of the 210 Main entrance.

I DID, however, shoot the rear entrance on Moore St.

Does the architectural integrity statement cover the front AND back door?

The next time I'm there, I WILL take pictures of the front entrance to make sure all is well.




Like music? Like photography? Step into my office: http://xrl.us/BobL - - - - - - - http://xrl.us/BobsDarkness

 

anything