Sunday, December 4, 2016

Something New


There is a view of the northern end of the Arch grounds from my office window. It seems like a couple of years since the garage there was demolished and a very different type of park constructed. It's full of swirls and curves, multiple layers leading to uncertain destinations. A swooping walkway leads down from the main park grounds, beside Eads Bridge and into the sunken terraces.

It just opened to the public so I went for some shots notwithstanding the gray day. Good first impression but I'm waiting for spring and summer when the foliage starts to grow in. 
               

6 comments:

s.c said...

The side of the east bridge looks like the fundament is from the roman empire, then a piece from medieval times and on top something from our age. But this park look very promising.

Sharon Anck said...

I remember that parking garage very well. So is Laclede's Landing still down there too? We had a few team parties at a bar down there back in the 90's.

William Kendall said...

I can see this offering you completely new perspectives, Bob!

bill burke said...

It will be nice to explore that area, looks promising.

Bibi said...

Somehow it reminds me of a tiny version of New York's High Line.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

There's another transition for you Bob!