Lunch on the balcony during a thunder storm. Life is good.
St. Agnes Church. Detroit, Michigan.
Submitted by: Ben Wavy, Ohio.
Charming Victorian houses in Brush Park district near Comerica Park.
Simply magnificent houses that must be preserved, rehabilitated and appreciated.
Diego Rivera, Detroit Industry (top image is the north wall, bottom image is the south wall), 1932-33. Located at the Detroit Institute of Arts.
I live fairly near a busy great lakes shipping channel, where Lake Erie meets the Detroit River, passing North to Lake St. Clair and eventually Lake Huron. The shipping lane east of Grosse Ile runs right along the U.S. Canada border. Seeing these big ships is pretty common, but always stops you to watch them.
Detroit’s Historic Canfield Street
The White Stripes - Little Room
it is cold outside
This is exactly like my drive home tonight.
Then and now.
Boblo Island Detroit Dock Building
Source: Chris Luckhardt (flickr)
The building became abandoned approximately 10 years ago, after its owner went bankrupt.
The Detroit Harbor Terminal Building (also known as the Detroit Marine Terminal Building and most commonly called the Boblo Island Detroit Dock Building or just the Boblo Dock Building) is an abandoned ten-story warehouse in Detroit, Michigan. The warehouse is located on the Detroit River just downriver from the Ambassador Bridge between S. McKinstry and Clark Streets on West Jefferson Avenue.
I’ve gone to Boblo from the Gibraltar docks, even from the Amherstburg docks, but never from the Detroit docks.