Jacob Haller (jwgh) wrote,
Jacob Haller

More pictures

Here are some more pictures I've taken over the past few days. The first batch were taken when I headed over to the East Side for lunch a few days ago, then one or two from my trip to Seekonk, Massachusetts on Friday, then some pictures from when I went to give blood (warning: may be disturbing to some), and then some blurry extravaganzas from Wednesday night when I headed over to the Trinity Brewhouse downtown.

The front porch on my house
Is someone on Providence's East Side looking for manfire?

Houses in motion

A hospital

An SUV on Eddy Street

Piles of rocks near Eddy Street

Nice tree!</br>

A used bookstore (at which I used to work) in Super Distort-O-Vision.

A nice street on the East Side of Providence.

Starbucks on Wayland Squre.

Cars on Wayland Squre.

Big old building.

Flowers, etc. in front of Deli on the Square, where I had a very tasty pastrami sandwich.

Slanted picture of a church in front of my house.

Seekonk Representin
(I'm not sure what those plastic bags are doing on the power lines.)

The Rhode Island state house, and also a lemonade truck.

Me giving blood.

The intersection of Broad and Elmwood in Providence at night.

Looking towards Downtown

The Dunkin' Donuts Center

The Dunkin' Donuts Center (extra blurry version)

Bright lights

Interestingly lit building on Broad Street

More lights
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