Friday, August 24, 2012

Downtown Grand Rapids


I love the way reflected images look in class buildings and I have tons of pictures like this from all over the world.

Here is another great example in Grand Rapids.

As I was taking this picture this guy was walking by and shouted out “Take my Picture” so here it is. I made him happy. I guess everyone needs attention sometimes.


Grand Rapids has turned out to be a very friendly, exciting, and full of flavor kind of town. There are lots of great restaurants to eat in and plenty of friendly mid-western people.

Dithering. While I wholeheartedly believe in mulling things over, sometimes you just have to act.



Organic Leaves V found a new home yesterday. There was so much interest in this little quilt, everyone wanted it, but Jacqueline came back yesterday after visiting it in the booth three times on Wednesday and is taking it to it’s new home today. I know it will be loved and happy there.


sue viall said...

Good am to you !!! Thanks for all the pics,,, look for studio 180, deb Tucker , tell her I Debbie ,she hates that

West Michigan Quilter said...

Isn't Grand Rapids awesome. I love that building too and took a picture similar to yours last year at Art Prize. I enjoyed all your pictures. Glad you're having a good time.

Anonymous said...

Love the pictures, and you are right...the reflection of the building on a building is very interesting. I also love the quilt. I had to look at it close up to take in all of the details.

Donna said...

Saw your booth at the show. It looked great!

We also loved Grand Rapids as a show venue. Great hotel, great food, friendly people, clean downtown and more reasonable priced than we expected.

We'll be back.

Maggie Szafranski said...

Grand Rapids is a beautiful town! I asked a person working the convention center about everybody being so nice. She said it is called "Michigan Friendly"! I agree!

Kati from Kati's Quilting said...

Great pictures Frieda, I love the reflection one! Can't remember which blog post was the one with your booth, but it looks gorgeous!

city said...

thanks for sharing.

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