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Sunday, April 06, 2008

Something New Being Built

Behind where this man was working last April, something is being built.

I took a glimpse behind the fence in September.

The building work is in the Market Place between Farm Foods and the Co-op Pharmacy.

Since this picture was taken, they seem to have completed building a sort of kiosk. It only extends a little way back and there is some open space behind.


Nikon said...

Farmfoods looks like an American market - & they are not famous for good design ;-)

alicesg said...

Looked interesting. Could not wait for them to finish building and see what they are selling. Thanks for sharing. Have a nice day.

Jules said...

Hi from Rabaul - am back from my work/holiday and pleased to be in the Daily Photo Family again.

Farm Foods is that like a farmer's market????

Anonymous said...

Thanks for visiting my blog, Gerald. And for the comment, thank you.

From the looks of things in your photograph, your weather is similar to what we have had. Although we are supposed to have sunshine all day this Sunday with quite warm temperatures. It should make all of my spilled bird seed sprout and present other problems I am not able to cope with.

The photography is very good. I also enjoyed the narrative.

Abraham Lincoln in Brookville, Ohio now playing the part of Mrs. Zac Efron's employee.

Hyde DP said...

Farmfoods specialises in Frozen Foods much like Iceland.

We woke up to snow again this morning - not sticking on the roads but hedges and bushes all covered - the daffodils looked bedraggled but are now raising their heads to the sun.

mrsnesbitt said...

makes a change from luxury appartments eh?

have a good day!

maz said...

hi hun like the way you cached the workmen working how the snow we got some ere tc maz

Gail's Man said...

Perhaps they are building a monument to Hyde's second birthday!

Welcome to the 2 year old club.

~tanty~ said...

It's nice that you updating us with the progress of the building. I'm sure you will share it with us when it is completely finished.

Per Stromsjo said...

So there's a co-op pharmacy. Interesting. Pharmacies are a state-run monopoly in Sweden but our government might change that. Or they might not. The political will is limited and the courage even more so.

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