A transitional neighborhood is just that, a neighborhood in transition. It's changing. So there is old and new. Here is some of the old. I couldn't tell if this building was occupied or not, but the parking lot behind it seemed to be unused. I wondered if this might be part of the HVAC system, but that would probably have been on the roof. Whatever it is, I thought it looked cool.
It looks strangely new and strangely old at the same time.
Then there was this old chimney, but I couldn't tell what it had been attached to. The graffiti artists had a good time, nonetheless.
You either like it or you hate it. I don't know how I feel about it, except that it makes a nice photo.
And then, across the canal, I saw these two tractor things. The day was so gray that their color kind of caught my eye.
Living outside of Saint-Aignan-sur-Cher since 2003. You'll find here pictures and descriptions of our daily life in rural France, some travels, and other stuff about me, my husband Ken, our dog Callie, and our cat Bertie.
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