On the subject of 'Back to the Future,' here is an overhead view of "Hill Valley" I took during my visit to Universal Studios in 2010.
Month: October 2015
The currently non-functioning Christopher Columbus Memorial Fountain, built in 1912, located near Union Station in Washington D.C. Or, if you want something less grandiose, here’s an excerpt from Stan Freberg’s highly silly 1961 magnum opus “Stan Freberg Presents the United States of America”. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xDEsKigW-Fw [photo coming soon]
The Spokane Club, built in 1910. One if my personal favorite buildings in downtown Spokane.
I recently went to an event celebrating the 50th anniversary of the University of Idaho's TV station KUID; they even got the president of PBS to come and give a speech. The anniversary is also being commemorated with a historical display in the JAMM offices featuring old photos and other information. I noticed that its … Continue reading KUID 50th anniversary.
Photographed last weekend.
Dick's Hamburgers in Spokane opened in 1965 and remains largely unchanged 50 years later. Going there is like stepping back in time. There is also something about the combination of sunsets and old neon signs that I find stunningly beautiful.