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photography from the Chesapeake Bay watershed by Bill Emory
day of rest
Callis, Town Creek, foggy morning in February
Andy Taylor for President
Problem solved. Opie can be Attorney General, Aunt Bee Secretary of State
quick, easy, do it from the ground
Buddy and the bike
Rhode Island folk, is this funny? Why?
We’ve given everything to the automobile.
keeping it simple
February 11, 2016 Central Virginia for Sanders HQ, 300 Water Street, Charlottesville, VA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Railroads run through our town. They define, divide and interrupt. This railroad got its land back in the 1800’s. In two centuries, names have changed, neighborhoods have grown, rail traffic has dropped. The real estate surrounding the rails is a no man’s land. Railroad property. Trash all over? Not your concern. Do they pay taxes? Do they say goodmorning? Are they a good neighbor? Not your concern.
The desirability of a 3D tool so non-architects can understand the implications of plans, orthographic drawings, has long been discussed in local planning circles.
The tools exist.
is such a tool. The building could be built with digits. Visualized in a way the layman can understand. Lets see what proposed development looks like in context before the bricks get mortared one on top the other.
How will a neighborhood with a 35′ vertical envelope fare when more massive buildings come on the scene? Lets see it before we build it. Lets try visually informed planning.
100 years ago
the people, the remains of uniforms, the dogs, more likely 95 years ago. Divonne…
West Main public hearing
KING HENRY V:
Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more;
Or close the wall up with our English dead.
In peace there’s nothing so becomes a man
As modest stillness and humility: