As the Wyche Law firm prepares to move to 200 E Camperdown Way to allow the Grand Bohemian Hotel to be constructed it is interesting that it was decided that the three flagpoles needed removing. (Photos by Frank Mansbach)
The Christ Church Episcopal building as leaves begin to color for autumn.
This is one of a series of murals by Adam Schrimmer of Blank Canvas Mural Company along with a large group of community volunteers. It makes use of an otherwise plain wall of a dumpster structure on the grounds the Gallery at West Greenville. It depicts Roy Mack, Retired Assistant Fire Chief.
These fall flowers are in full bloom along the Swamp Rabbit Trail below the Greenville First Baptist Church.
Early Morning sun on Camperdown Apartment Construction
Unlike all the new downtown apartment complexes where the precast concrete garages are constructed first, the garage is the last structure to be built for this new hotel on South Main and Markley.
Painted last week on the screen for electrical equipment at the Elliott Davis parking garage.
Nice to see bikes in the lower right.
The line always forms early for the Bake Room at the Greenville Saturday Market. This at 8:10 AM on the next to last market of the year
Onward-Played in Greenville South Carolina, The Easley (Green) 8u team played Pickens (White) in Greenville for second round of the Palmetto Playoffs on Saturday. Easley came out on top 44-28 advancing to the third round vs. Central on Tuesday at the Easley Sports Complex.
Played in Greenville, South Carolina on Saturday, the Easley (Green) 8u team beat Pickens (White) 44-28 to advance to the third round vs. Central in the Palmetto Football Tournament. A win on Tuesday night puts Easley in the Championship Game.