That's really interesting. Great that the buildings have been kept and used. They're very attractive.The lower, red brick buildings were all mill buildings, by the famous Merrimack river. The ones in the foreground were all turned into office spaces. The ones in the background are a mix of businesses and apartments. The taller building on the left is apartments and used to have a restaurant on top (with the smokey greenhouse like structure).
There are more mill building up and down the river on both sides, some used by businesses, some for apartments, and some converted into classrooms for the University of New Hampshire.
I'm on the roof of one of the large mill buildings (an apartment complex now), shooting across the river, towards the center of Manchester, right at sunset. It's a pretty scenic and historic area.
Dave, that's a wonderful spot you've shot.
Beautiful shots Dave and a lovely spot to be in. I especially like the first one for its spread of autumn colour. The sprinkling of leaves on the boulders in the last shot is also very attractive.
Another super shot Dave. Glorious colours and all still there after the storm.We had a strong storm last night that took down a lot of foliage. I'm sure this area no longer looks like this photo(or the earlier photos). Many thanks to members commenting on my earlier posts (Jim, Paul, Nick, Bill, Eric, Ron and Klaus). I appreciate your comments although I am often lax in responding.
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