No Antiques--this store closed business soon after I took this photo.
No graffiti--someone painted over it later the day I took this photo; I know because I walked by again the next morning.
No light--someone decided to remove this fixture from Trinity Episcopal, the church with the red doors, a few months after I took this photo.
No man--the rains weakened the man's paper-self and he disappeared from the weathered plywood.
No candy corn--those same rains finished what the climbing vine started when it got too close to the candy corn.
No business--Bee Cleaners has gone from this location at SW 10th and Salmon.
Not there anymore--nothing you see between the fence and the high rise buildings remains.
Not there anymore--and here's why. Yep, the great big hole took the place of this parking lot and led to the demise of the surrounding trees and shrubs. This poster stands diagonally opposite where the same poster stands in the fourth photo down on Monday's post about the assembly of the construction crane. I wonder if it's the exact same poster? I can't remember seeing any others around the great big hole these days.
No, not never--the positive answer to these questions: Will I ever get tired of taking photos? Will I ever go photo-taking without my rolling black bag?
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