A view down the pedestrian section of Laurens Street.
Reflection in a pool at One City Plaza.
This is one of the India-themed murals on the side of the India Palace on Liberty Lane in Greenville.
Hendrick’s Grand Garnisher briefly stopped in Greenville in front of Grill Marks while travelling from Atlanta to Charleston on its trip around the United States.
It can best be described as the world’s largest, most inefficient cucumber slicing machine. Anyone was welcome to try it out by getting a Hendricks Gin drink from the bar at Grill Marks, then they could take the drink out to the Grand Garnisher where it would slice some cucumbers into the drink
This artistic bench framework is found on Falls Park Drive in front of the Riverwalk building.
Interesting terracing took shape in the past two days in Cleveland Park as they rework the river bank.
The IHOP on Wade Hampton Boulevard is undergoing renovation.
“As a structural engineer I find this steel framing system for residential construction interesting. First time I have seen this in Greenville.” – on North Markley Street near Rhett Street.
These butterfly sculptures by artist Yuri Tsuzuki are on the Greenville Health System Plaza building on East McBee Avenue. They are part of a series that goes from downtown to Cancer Survivors Park.
This metal gate on the pedestrian Laurens Street is welded together from a variety of common metal hardware.