An architectural EKG on the East Side of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. I walk past this building on the way to the library from my home at least once a week. Yet in all that time, I don’t think I’ve ever noticed the angles of the roofline.
Which way should I go? I’m getting some mixed signals.
It has been a couple of years since I’ve taken a ride on the Chicago Elevated. And a bit longer than that since I took this photo.
It’s a bit strange to find a diesel gas pump sitting in an alley in a residential city neighborhood. It’s not something you see everyday for sure.
The public pay phone. They used to be everywhere – at every gas station, market, bar, many street corners, and rest stops along the highway.
Today, I’m just going for a bit of texture. Ok, a lot of texture. This shot of brick and peeling paint was taken on a walk to the store.
An exit is not just a way out, it is a way in – an entrance, if you will, to somewhere else. This sign is above a door in one of the buildings in the old Pabst Brewery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Yes, it’s getting colder, the days are getting shorter, and summer is gone. But scenes like this make up for all that. Well, almost… 😉