Wednesday, May 28, 2014

You can't see the houses for the trees

I'm guessing that everyone living in Louisville has driven on 2nd Street and 3rd Street between Broadway and the University of Louisville main campus, too fast.

All you have seen of Old Louisville is a blur of ground floor red bricks and limestone. If you want to actually see Old Louisville, you need to get out of your car and look up. Or, know somebody with a camera.

In Summer, Old Louisville is green. In Autumn, is is burnt orange and yellow. It is at its most beautiful in Spring.

You can see the houses only in Winter.

Old Louisville, January, 2011 - 34 pages
Old Louisville, February, 2011 - 38 pages
Old Louisville, March - April, 2011 - 72 pages

Tom Fox, J. D.
Southern Specialty Law Publishing Company
Louisville, Kentucky

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