A rare and extreme Polar Vortex arrived almost exactly one year to the day after last year’s incident. A blast of wind ushrered in a 22 degree temperature drop from the previous day and ended up at around 10 degrees. The wind died by morning, but by then any exposed water froze – and created artwork such as this fountain at BB&T on Buncombe Street facing the entrance to downtown Greenville.
Today I continue yesterday’s theme of showing others as they take photos. Also, once again one of Greenville’s fountains is highlighted. Given July and August are our hot months cooling off in the fountains will be greatly enjoyed … Today we also share a few extra photos of the fountain on River Walk in downtown Greenville. Click on the thumbnails for a larger image.
PS: Iâ€™m taking a break (see note in side bar) for detail. I hope you enjoy the repost of photos from the past.
Today I’m sharing a close up photo of the fountain in front of the Greenville Symphony AssociationÃ¢â‚¬Å½ building at 200 S Main St. The photo was taken looking into the sun so the light could be captured.
Big news: On Sunday Connie and I became grandparents. We are thrilled with this new chapter in our lives and know our daughter and son-in-law will be great parents .. With this post I amÂ introducing the world to Jack, our grandson.
Jack, our daughter, and our son-in-law are happy, healthy, and perfect in every way.