Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Facelift


While I was downtown locating "Melinda" the mural of yesterday, I noticed that the Renaissance hotel has gotten a bit of a facelift.  Remember when In posted a similar scene a few years back?  I'm not sure I like this new "white" face.  It will take some getting used to.


Here's a full view.  It blended in with it's neighbors when it was that southwestern sandy tan.  Oh well, I guess that's progress!

13 comments:

Andy said...

The pattern really captures one's attention.

Christine said...

I like it, colour and form make for a chic look!

Karl Demetz said...

Andy said it.
Nice detail photo too.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

I think I like it Sharon, looks nice and fresh.. but that could be just because I'm into white at the moment ☺

Thérèse said...

It's always hard to see something different from what we were used to, I agree with you. There is more and more a before and an after these days.

William Kendall said...

Yes, that'll take time to get accustomed to.

Lowell said...

It reminds me of one of those tools with which you grate cheese. It is! It's a giant grater!

Here in Florida we have giant craters! Sinkholes, that is. Especially with all the rain we've been having!

Steve Reed said...

Actually I like it, though it DOES look a bit like a cheese grater, as Lowell said. :)

Judy Ryer said...

Cool shot! I think I like the old color better but it does have a clean look to it. One always wants their cheese grater to be clean.

RedPat said...

I like it and I guess it will reflect the sun away a bit more! I heard about your big heat today - be careful!

Stefan Jansson said...

First photo is a good abstract snap.

bill burke said...

Nice patterns, I thought the same thing as Lowell, it resembles a cheese grater. I do like the colour of the older building, not a big fan of white but the building is unique and I like it.

Bob Crowe said...

I can't place the details in my memory but there is something about this that reminds me of the entrances to Hopi hogons.