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Tuesday, March 31, 2009


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I like the light being reflected on the glass buildings. Good shot!

I'm glad you're having fun photoblogging! The minute this becomes a burden, I'm dropping it. What's the sense in that, right? :D

Today's Blah...

This is a very good photo, and the buildings are so impressive.


Thanks for sharing this part of your world. I like the way the light looks in the windows.


These are great shots of downtown Greensboro. Very interesting post. I haven't been downtown there in ages. I mostly pass by on the way to the mountains and sometimes stop and eat there. I'll have to make a point of seeing the changes sometime. About 12 years ago when my daughter was in middle school she went to a summer camp at UNCG which is the last time I visited to the university in Greensboro and I briefly went downtown when taking her there.

To answer your questions, Watery Wednesday, http://waterywednesday.blogspot.com/
is one of the Wednesday memes that I've been intrigued by. I think I'll stick with Wordless Wednesday since the whole point of Carver Cards was it was going to be my wordless blog although that's not always possible since I decided to to My world on that blog instead of on my other wordy blog.


I think you did a pretty good job of capturing skyline!


One of my most favorite views. I'll have to show my wee man-- "daddy's off-oo" is in that picture, and he delights in looking at it, driving by it, thinking about it...


Argghh... I wanted to tell you yesterday that I loved your "Hieland Coo" sooo much but couldn't post... As for today's post, I really don't know why I wasn't imagining any modern buildings in your pretty Greensboro!


I think you got a good picture of the downtown. The lighting is very good.


I would give the building on the right a C-. The building on the left would get a B+.

Well-lighted shot.


it's been some time since i have been through your lovely town.
thank you for sharing the view of downtown...enjoyed your post.

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