The Tiniest Walkabout

Sundays are normally my homework day, during which I scramble mightily to polish up my weekly assignment in hopes of getting an A+. It’s funny, school seems to be so much easier when you’re older and genuinely excited to do the work. I’m not sure that going to school online gives you the fullness of experience that one gleans from an in-person experience can offer, but I’ve still learned much in a very small period of time.

Today I have a large assignment to finish, and can’t devote as much time as I’d like to C&Q. Instead, here are a few photos I took last week on my adventure through the tangle of streets that make up my neighborhood. Enjoy!

Shadows on the steps of a house on Magazine Street, October 2011

Boxes as seen through the window of an abandoned house on Magazine Street, October 2011

Facade of an abandoned house on Magazine Street, October 2011

Graffiti Fence on Magazine Street, October 2011

Unique house number, October 2011

Shadow of a wrought iron fence on St. Mary Street, October 2011

Beautiful double camelback house on Magazine Street. It's still wearing remnants of a post-Katrina 'blue roof' tarp, which means that it sustained roof damage that has not been addressed since 2005. Such a sad old beauty. October 2011

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