Some of the regional heavy rain converged suddenly in Greenville on Sunday evening, causing flooding in some of the West End. In the case here, One City Plaza was just very wet.
The Greek Festival runs through Sunday, rain or shine!
Architecture of building at the corner of N Main and W North Street.
One City Plaza in early evening.
This old water tower that served the mill and rail yards in past days can be seen from the new “Orange Line” extension to the Swamp Rabbit Trail that leads to Hampton Station. Today it supports some cellular antenna arrays.
A big dig project – Dig Greenville has begun off of Westfield Street near the Reedy River. The project will upgrade wastewater handling by constructing a 6000 foot long tunnel 100 feet deep and 10 feet in diameter, and reach from Westfield Street to Cleveland Park.
The artist puts the finishing touches on this sidewalk art in River Place during Artisphere.
Today is the final day of Artisphere, a festival of fine arts, food, music, and fun.
The Chicora Alley restaurant on North Main Street in Mauldin.
This sculpture by Yelitza Díaz Muzzarelli is located on the Mauldin public art trail. It embraces the theme “Appreciation of Diversity,” exalting the spirit of struggle, equality, and reciprocity of the among humans regardless of their differences.