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Spokane, Riverfront City

Earlier this summer I visited my old hometown of Spokane, Washington. I previously have only shown one image from that trip in my blog because I was there on assignment with American Bungalow Magazine, and they had first publication rights to the images. The current issue (August-November 2012) of American Bungalow came out late last month with a 8-page article on Spokane featuring 12 of my images. You can go to your local bookstore or library to see those images, but here are several that didn’t make the magazine. Enjoy and let me know what you think.

Lobby of the Davenport Hotel

Lobby of the Davenport Hotel, which opened in 1914.

Riverfront Park

Spokane River in Riverfront Park, looking at the former US Pavilion (from Expo 74) and the Great Northern Railway Clock Tower

Looff Carrousel

Looff Carrousel in Riverfront Park (built 1909) with downtown Spokane in background

Dancer and Dog

Hula dancer and dog at the Gaiser Conservatory, Manito Park

Bungalow with Cat

I took a lot of pictures of bungalows. This was one of my favorites because of the cat that posed for me in the driveway.

St. John the Evangelist

Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist

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