Modest, downtown mostly hugs the ground, the few tall exceptions sources of pride and embarrassment. I’m easily drawn to Triangle Park, near the center, with its long curved fountain. The water is loud and colorful, a miracle framed by busy streets. It makes me happy. I try to see what color the water is, exactly, as it spills over the small steps right in front of me. Of course, the light mixes in, and I see that the water is every color and no color. I see more keenly after looking at moving water.
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The bokeh! The color! The reflection!
Very interesting perspectives of a beautiful cityscape…
Lovely shots. Seems like a really nice place!
Nice place, yes, but not as much fun as Ireland, I’d guess!
Impressive phographs, great shots. Thank you and also Thanks for visiting my blog. I am glad to meet you and with your camera. With my love, nia
This is a very cool portrait of a city – I particularly liked the range of architecture and colour captured in ‘Lexington Laundry Co.’.
Thanks for commenting… and for visiting!
Great series! I love the street portrait of a man!
He is rather handsome! Thanks for commenting.
Nice set of pictures. Looks like a place I’d like to visit one day.
Thanks for the comment. Lots of good things happening in Lexington right now!
Fantastic images that capture the reality of the central city. Nice job! Much love and naked hugs! 🙂
Thanks again. Hugs back at you.
Very interesting! Many colors, forms, architecture, and the touch of the artist! Liked it very much!
I appreciate the comment. Thanks.
Great series of shots. Well done.
Thanks. I like wandering around in the city with my camera….