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Eagle Street. February 1, 2013

Posted by littlebangtheory in Love and Death.
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A view of downtown North Adams which always catches my eye:

Eagle Street

My preferred shot would be with my 16mm lens from the middle of the road, but I’m chicken to go stand out there with my back to oncoming traffic…

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1. emdoyle - February 1, 2013

You can really see the terrain. What if you bought an official looking reflective vest? I’d be afraid of traffic too.

littlebangtheory - February 1, 2013

Eileen, I’ve got the reflective vest, a hard hat and some bigass cones, but the local police frown on traffic obstructors trying to pull the wool over their eyes by pretending to be official! ;)

2. Peter Gill - February 1, 2013

Afraid of traffic. Haven’t I seen a pic of you topping out on a highball boulder problem. Yer gettin older and wiser.

littlebangtheory - February 1, 2013

The “wiser” part is hotly debated in places where I’m better known…

3. Bob - February 1, 2013

I really like that. Reminds me of the view out the window of the art gallery I used to manage.

littlebangtheory - February 1, 2013

Cuz, you’re a veritable Renaissance Man! :) And yeah, mine looks like the hill-town version of yours. :)

4. susancrow - February 4, 2013

Flatiron buildings have always been some of my favorites too. It’s a great picture but not worth getting flattened for.

littlebangtheory - February 4, 2013

I totally agree – I can look at it for the rest of my life, or photograph it for… the rest of my very short life! :(

5. Bruce Roberts - July 29, 2013

My Mim and Pip (French Canadian for Grandmother and grandfather) lived in the top floor of this building for many years. I remember it well. Thanks for your excellent photo.


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