Linda Grashoff's Photography Adventures

In Englewood: a Window, an Alley

August 26, 2013

Englewood is a town not all that far from Sarasota, maybe an hour’s drive. Janet and I went there April 28 to see if we could find good crummy places in the downtown area to photograph. Unfortunately for us, all was pretty spiffy. But we found a little chapel down a side street that had photogenic elements, including this window. The building is the first church in Englewood, built in 1928. If you see  moire pattern on the window, look at it larger by clicking on the image and the moire pattern should disappear. I found some interesting things in the alley in back of the church. Those of you who have been with me very long know how I love mops and hoses but rarely find them next to each other. (Look here and here and here.)










2 responses

  1. Hi Lindanice shooting.

    I lived in Englewood for a few years. If you want shabby, go a bit further south and wander around Grove City for a bit. Stump Pass State Park, over on Englewood Beach offers a mile of very nice, uncrowded beach with some interesting dead tree structure along the way down to the pass. Its a hike. On the way back north, drive up Manasota Key and stop at the Hermitage, an artist retreat. Along the way there is a section of road covered by tree canopy that is very interesting in the right light.


    August 26, 2013 at 9:59 PM

  2. Ohhh, we’ll have to check out Grove City. Thanks for the tip, Ken.


    August 28, 2013 at 2:01 PM

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