Today I am not going to drive you crazy with more Halloween crafts. I know that you want to know what is going on with Paranoid man but that'll have to wait till the Party on Monday. Instead I'd like to take you to the other side of the waterfront. To the side with many old stone buildings.
You may remember a while ago I visited the town waterfront. And I showed you many buildings in stone, most of which have been restored.
But some have not...
Some have been white washed but they are slowly crumbling.
You almost expect a spooky ghost to come walking out of the door. I couldn't resist, it being Halloween and all!
Ghosts aside, it is eerily beautiful.
These stones have not been whitewashed and their beauty shines.
These factories have been restored.
But they have no occupants.
Black holes for eyes, in this old house.
Is it falling apart or coming together?
Another restored stone factory... this one is occupied.
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And that is our walk thru the other part of the waterfront, the section with the old stone buildings. As you have just seen, it is "a work in progress". These old buildings are in various stages or repair or disrepair, depending on how we see it. But even in this state there is a raw beauty to them and surrounded by the lush green of the trees they seem to blossom.
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I'm Mary and I recently moved to New York from beautiful Greece. I like to re-purpose and up-cycle anything that is old or looks like junk. Join me as we use our creativity to spark some life into old things. And do it frugally! You will also see lots of photography of my Greece and New York.
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