Sunday, June 20, 2010

Pigeon Holed



I drive by this building often and have admired the 1950’s look and the disappearing stair case. When I stopped to take some photos, I saw that the building is vacant, but the pigeons have made fine use of that concrete block façade that covers the top floor.

9 comments:

brattcat said...

Thanks for both views, Sharon. It's interesting to see the top shot in context.

glenda said...

He looks like he owns the place.

Kathy said...

That's funny. I wish they'd find a "hotel" in my neighborhood. Instead, they just "camp out" in my palm trees!

Anonymous said...

Sharon-

I've searched and searched to try to find 3 solid blocks open to the left with 4 hole blocks to the right and then find Mr. Pigeon.

Alas, there is only 1 place where you can find that combo of 3 solid and 4 hole blocks to the right but I can't see Casa Pigeon....... is there more to that building we can't see?

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

the first photo is wonderful. very clever

JM said...

Smart pigeons! I also like this 50's façade very much. Hope it will last.

Magpie said...

I really like the building for the same reasons you do...but the pigeons can be such a nuisance.
Hope some humans find a place in this building soon.

Jarart said...

Another great bird capture. I kind of like that building too.

Kate said...

I think that those pesky critters are following you, Sharon!