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It’s the end of 2020. All is quiet. What will the new year bring? This picture of “quietness” was taken along Rutter ParkWay in north Spokane.
The downtown Riverfront Park is ablaze with lights and festivities. The Winter Market features various vendors, both outside and inside. It is fun to see our community show great spirt as we endeavor to thrive, in spite of covid restrictions.
Churches and synagogues have always been intriguing. Design of structure, purpose, age, current use….all of interest. This is St. Luke Lutheran Church in the middle of a major remodel.
Spokane has welcomed a new business. Chick-fil-A! We are all so excited we’re willing to remain in line for over an hour to place an order for a chicken sandwich and waffle fries. It was an adventure, at least!
This is probably one of my favorite subjects to photograph. There’s a long and interesting history regarding the structure and the 29 year old architect, J. W. Ritchie. The Court House was finally occupied in November, 1895. Today, the courthouse … Continue reading
Originally built as the U.S. Federal Pavilion for Expo ’74, the Pavilion was a gift to Spokane from the United States government. The Pavilion represents a major image for the city’s skyline. Riverfront Park is humming with activity this holiday … Continue reading
We rarely take notice of our stately bull pines. A little dusting of snow, however, and it’s Christmas card worthy! Inus ponderosa, commonly known as the ponderosa pine, bull pine, blackjack pine, western yellow-pine, or filipinus pine is a very large pine tree species of variable habitat native to mountainous regions … Continue reading
Covid-19 has changed the way we live. While walking through our beautiful downtown park we took notice of several folks enjoying a lunch together. Socially distanced.
Sky Prairie Park is in the Five Mile neighborhood. While this is the last of the beautiful flowers that are part of the natural landscaping, the park is still a wonderful place to walk, play, and picnic. It is such … Continue reading