Thursday, May 31, 2007

Indy

Well, by now you all know that I love urban areas. Tall buildings, lots of cars, people, one way streets, traffic circles, Starbucks on every corner, landmarks, and everything all squished together, you know, the opposite of country life. Country and suburban life has it's purpose, but right now, the city is what I feel like I relate to the most. Excitement is synonymous with life at this point. I guess it's my age and I thank God I'm smart about life and don't go overboard with the thrills like so many my age do.

Anyway, urban life is what I'm here to share with you today, downtown Indianapolis. I've been here before this exact spot actually almost a full year ago, this very Starbucks on the edge of this Monument Circle-
Unfortunately, the second two shots aren't as great as I'd like. The bleachers set up, outside the Starbucks, for the parade earlier in the day kind of obstructed the view of Monument Circle. I wasn't too disappointed tho- a Caramel Macchiato w/extra caramel cures a lot of things.

Check out this previous post for more Starbucks/Monument Circle shots.

2 comments:

donwiley2@gmail.com said...

A fine series of a great place re-visited. The bleachers and other obstructions can't be totally avoided. I like your prescription for troubles and "things gone wrong!" :-) I'm sipping a Starbuck's Americano with a inch of hot steamed nonfact milk right now! I enjoyed each picture. Nicely done.

Hadassah Intisar said...

Don- It's an honor to know that my blog went with your morning Starbucks :) I'm glad you enjoyed them.