The Wyche Pavilion, with Larkin’s on the River outdoor dining area in the background.
Looking through the Wyche Pavilion toward River Place.
The Wyche Pavilion by the Reedy River was booked for a wedding, and this tent was set up next to the Pavilion for additional space. This photo has had a bit of added abstraction for effect.
Buckets of Rain : the swollen Reedy River flowing by the Wyche Pavilion.
A juggler practices his craft in the Wyche Pavilion.
The historic Wyche Pavilion was built as a paint shop for carriages, but was soon converted to one of the first factories for Duke’s mayonnaise. It is now a popular location for wedding receptions or to rent for parties, and is open as a public space at all other times.
Nikkormat FT3 – Fuji Neopan 100 – Rodinal Semi Stand Development
Evening on the Reedy River, facing the Wyche Pavilion and TD Stage.
The spring view over the Reedy River looking toward the Wyche Pavilion and part of the Lazy Goat outdoor dining patio.
This is a view from inside the Wyche Pavilion across the Reedy River to Riverplace.
This morning many enjoyed a Community Easter Sunrise Service at the Wyche Pavilion in downtown Greenville. This was jointly hosted by the Mountain View Baptist Church and the Second Presbyterian Church. Reverend Richard Phillips welcomed the congregations and lead the singing. Reverend Stacey Mills delivered a powerful and stiring sermon. Music was provided by the Thornwell Brass and the Covenant Choir.
Following are links to a few extra photos. I especially enjoyed the early morning walk, the childrens Covenant Choir, music by the Thornwell Brass, the delivery of the sermon by Reverend Stacey Mills, and the ladies Easter hats.