Linda Grashoff's Photography Adventures

Built Environment

The Cover-Up 1

December 15, 2017

As I wended my way toward the alleys of downtown Sarasota Sunday, I walked past a relatively new condominium building. The first-floor windows—probably destined to let passers-by look at shop wares—were still more or less covered with white plastic on the inside. I liked the folds, rips, and sags of it, and the moisture caught between it and the windows.

Walking the Pavement in Sarasota 3

December 14, 2017

Walking the Pavement in Sarasota 2

December 13, 2017

Walking the Pavement in Sarasota 1

December 12, 2017

Sunday I walked downtown to see what I could see. I was headed for the alleys, but the pavement got to me first.

Bye-Bye, Begonia 5

December 10, 2017

The first freeze of the season wrung the juice out of the begonia plant onto the sidewalk below, making an interesting pattern.

Bye-Bye, Begonia 4

December 9, 2017

Bye-Bye, Begonia 3

December 8, 2017

Bye-Bye, Begonia 2

December 7, 2017

Bye-Bye, Begonia 1

December 6, 2017

You may remember the photograph of the begonia plant that captured my heart this summer. Shortly before I left Ohio to spend a few months in Florida, this is how it looked—still beautiful to me but perhaps a bit alien.

The Blind 11

November 24, 2017