Raleigh for September 2007

September 5th, 2007

I figured I would squeeze in some new photos before my wedding and the honeymoon to hold the page over until after all the events. These are taken over the past month or so and hastily put up so forgive me for the lower quality of the selection. The construction projects are making rapid progress, so theres lots to cover. See you guys next month!
Sir Walter just didn’t want to make eye contact.


Boylan Wye.


Blue skies, no rain.


Typical night on Glenwood South


I can post a Durham Bulls shot here, I guess.


RBC Layers.


New additions.


Raleigh’s Progress Energy Memorial Auditorium.


Commerce and Martin.


Durham’s American Tobacco District


Nightfall at the base of Wachovia.


Old Conrail engine hovers over pedestrian.


Chargrill.


Wachovia.


Martin Street RR Crossing.


Hargett.


Waiting for a Char-grill hamburger.


Fisheye Memorial Auditorium


Magic hour from Western Boulevard.


Raleigh View Road angle.


Welcome.


Facade of RBC.


“Beau you have to wait here while I get a snapshot.”


RBC Progress


Isolated storm on a clear day.


Dinner at the Raleigh Times.


Progress on the Convention center.


Details.


Installing windows (vista)


Capitol fisheye.


Walking around Raleigh’s Lake Johnson.


Wide view at Hargett Street.


Marriott and Convention center.


Sir Walter Raleigh watches the parking garage.


Parting shot from South Saunders, again.

Comments

  1. Ernest Johnson says:

    October 23rd, 2007 at 2:28 pm (#)

    I like the photos Flash keep up the work. I may not say that much on the forum, but I’m still around!!!!! God Bless

  2. Ernest says:

    November 6th, 2007 at 11:05 am (#)

    Ernest Johnson, is that really you? I have been trying to call you, but I have the wrong number. Please send me an email, or reach me via email – go to my web page and click on the “Contact Me” link if you don’t have my information.

  3. Henry P. says:

    November 14th, 2007 at 9:16 pm (#)

    Purina has been long gone from that plant. It is now owned by Cargill which is a soy bean processing plant.

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