Anyway, we were downtown and we talked about how different it used to be and how there are some parts, some pockets that are getting better. But it's a patchwork, really. One block will be nice, and then next will be full of burned out houses or just an empty field being reclaimed by nature.
Michigan Avenue runs out from Detroit. We took it back home, noticing the big empty field that was Tiger Stadium, the blown out hull that was the train station, but also the slow revitalizing of this area.
|What a gorgeous building, right? This should be rehabbed.|
And I noticed this newly built, really big building with pretty brick and arched entryways for parking and hay bales and pumpkins decorating for the fall. I pointed it out to my sister, "Wow! Look at that nice building. Things are improving."
And my sister said, "That's a strip club."
Still. A really nicely built strip club. And did I mention decorated for the fall?
What's fall look like where you're at? Is it all decorated strip clubs, or actual nature? Show us what you've got - Raw Photos Contest: Autumn Where You Live.