Perspectives through Prose, Poetry and Photography
Posted on January 8, 2016
by Joanne Edith
The high-ceilinged interior still purposefully exposes the original brick and mortar walls, and the entrance, though a welcoming glass-front facade, is guarded by a massive, man-made sliding door.
Category: Photo Essays, Photo Friday, Photography, Poetry, SonnetTags: 39 Rue de Jean, Charleston, large, Seton Hall Pirates, sliding door, Vincet Chico's, warehouse renovation
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