Saturday, January 26, 2013

The End of Water Avenue


The Old Depot Museum anchors the east end of Water Avenue,
and through its front windows, you can see Selma Hardware on the corner.

9 comments:

EG CameraGirl said...

I really like the design of the ironwork as well as the reflection.

SRQ said...

Clever reflection!

Barbara Farr said...

Very nice, Janet.

Carol L McKenna said...

Wow! Lovely shot ~ the window reflection is very creative through the iron filigree ~ nice touch ~
Carol of:

(A Creative Harbor)

Birdman said...

I guess you could say, "Water, water everywhere...

'Tsuki said...

That is a cool unusual name for an avenue ; nice picture you got there !

RamblingRound said...

Tsuki, it's called Water Avenue because the street parallels the riverbank. Thanks for visiting!

Audrey said...

joli coups d oeil ;o)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Lovely -- and the ironwork gate is quintessential old South to me! We just loved seeing those when we were touring in your state.

Hope you are safe from the tornadoes I am hearing about as I type (even though we spent several days in Selma and time in other places in Alabama, my sense of geography and knowledge of place names isn't the greatest).