Monday, November 19, 2007

Moore Ave. from the median


I was going to post a picture of the buildings on Moore reflecting off the American National Bank building, but I think I will save that till tomorrow.


Here is a picture of Moore Ave. looking east from the median. You can see the old Iris Theatre on the right, that was featured a few days ago.

10 comments:

lv2scpbk said...

Nice looking town.

Dan said...

Nice pic. Great job on framing the shot with the foliage on the left.

Me said...

I like the look of this street. Is Moore Ave. the 'main drag in Terrell? It's a nice looking place, like you would want to walk around and see who's who, and what's what.
Thanks,
Wayne

Lynette said...

Your photo makes me think of Friday nights and going to the movies after a week of work. I'll bet the Iris could tell some tales.

Jim said...

Moore isnt Main St, but it is the main drag through town. Its also called Highway 80. Some day I will tie all the links I have found for the Iris Theatre together in one post.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

Nice looking place.

Isadora said...

:) Man! Texas is still flat. Look forward to the reflections too.

WebOJ said...

It's got an old world charm. Lovely!

smilnsigh said...

Great shot!

And you have lots of store fronts to use, for lots more reflection pics. This kind aren't really trying to show a true picture {like the one in the American National Bank windows}. But they do give interesting variations on reflections, from across the street. :-)

Mari-Nanci

FĂ©nix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Very broad sidewalks, I love that. Neat downtown view, too.