I photographed so many new favorite pieces when we last visited the historic Stockade District of Schenectady, New York, I had to go back over Christmas to see if I’d missed anything. Sure enough, I shot about 30 new images (I have some serious editing to do!) and my Mom commented that I could probably go back 20 more times and always find something new.
I have NO clue how I missed this the first time – I know we walked past it. We must have been on the same side as this building so – when we looked up – it was just a nondescript crumbling brick wall. But this time we were on the other side and AAAH! Isn’t it lovely? The crumbling exposed bricks against the painted white wall. The wrought iron architectural post. The window with old-fashioned curtains. It happened naturally, but it looks like a painting perfectly and artfully arranged. Natural Graffiti.