The non profit Healthy Duluth posted signs at various locations in downtown Duluth to encourage people to walk. This sign by the main library downtown Duluth encourages and entices people to walk by letting them know there multiple shopping and dining opportunities within a 10 minute walk.
Notice the nice blue sky.
I am not sure what this is called. It is not a cornice, which is a horizontal decorative molding that crowns a building, but I don’t know the correct term for it.
Maybe it’s just a terra-cotta detail.
This is at the top of the Greysolon Plaza on East Superior Street.
Today after my own church service I drove downtown to look at the aftermath of Gloria Dei Lutheran Church fire. Workers were covering the windows.
Can you guess where this is? I will give you a hint.It has 8 floors above ground on Superior Street and 9 stories above ground on Michigan Street.
- The 2nd floor central and right window bays were lost in a renovation of the base, seeking to unite this building with its much taller neighbor.
- It shares a canopy with the another building which is has 16 floors.
- Click here to learn which building.
This is a window of the Zeitgeist Arts Building. Notice the reflection of the Greysolon Plaza and a parked bike in the window.
It’s so dark and drear that you can’t see the hill. Straight up the street is the hillside and it is usually visible. This photo was taken mid day.