Looking down on Blue Back Square from the top level of the parking garage.
Homeowners have choices when it comes to tidying up after a tree comes down … this owner chose sculpture.
Loved the little ghosts hanging from the tree as I drove by, and had to stop for a quick picture. One week until Halloween!
This homeowner wins the prize for leaf bagging with nine lined up for collection three rows deep. That’s a lot of leaves.
Just north of Fern on North Main, there is an elaborate Halloween display. It’s a scene from ancient Rome, of which this is just a portion. Be sure to slow down the next time you drive by.
An iconic sign from New Britain Avenue in the Elmwood section of West Hartford.
I couldn’t resist photographing this scene; multiple things caught my eye. The lone tree, perfectly manicured, was first. Next the light pastels of the flowers in bloom. And finally the meticulously maintained building. Not a typical scene, but an interesting one.
Welcome to the Elmwood section of West Hartford!
Once upon a time a primary method of communication was meeting in person at church. These days the cell tower stands right next to the steeple and handles the overwhelming majority of conversations.
The main entrance to the Isham Garage in the Blue Back Square portion of the West Hartford Center.
While walking around Blue Back Square I noticed the leaves are beginning to turn on some of the trees. It seemed a bit more pronounced in real life than in the picture, but I promise, they are turning yellow…
An employee of the Walgreens at the corner of Farmington and Prospect said that the store will be closing on October 10, 2014 in preparation for the site’s redevelopment. A new Walgreens building will be put on the site, and construction is expected to last from 6 to 9 months. Pharmacy services will be available on-site in a portable facility during construction.