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Monday, November 30, 2009


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hip chick

What a great little alley. I love how cities use every available bit of space.


Nicely done! I love these kinds of alleyways, and in this case the old brick, too. What a great place for your downtown area.


Brick and crumbling plaster are always charming and romantic for some reason. And I can almost smell the bread baking.


That is a charming alley. Perfect subject for monochrome too.


I love the string of lights hung from above too, and the beautiful lantern light fixture, it is a very romantic spot.

John McDevitt

A great B&W peek down a fascinating alley. Love the texture and tones of the old bricks and windows.

mary taitt

Nice! :-D

good textures and lighting.


Very nice photo. Haven't recalled such a space since my time in France. I'd call this the "Hope of Greensboro!"


looks like a quaint neighborhood -- really like the character in the buildings

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