"Shoe and Brew" Half empty or half full? How do you see it? It wasn’t until after this piece was finished that I saw a metaphor for the annual Saratoga summer meet. Those of us that love the track and the good times associated with it can’t wait for the season to begin but at the close of each day’s races, we know we are inching nearer to its bittersweet end.
"A Saratoga Shoe In" The title of this piece is really two-fold. It describes this Saratoga Brew Pub that garners a strong following as one of the truly “must visit” establishments in town. On a second level the location off Broadway is well “shoed-in” back between buildings and easy to miss if you are not looking for it. As a friend and valued mentor of mine likes to say in closing, “Cheers”.
"Blue and Shoe" This image gives a nod to Saratoga’s most famous claims of fame as a city of "Health, History, Horses" prominently seen on plagues around the town. These historic connections that have brought visitors to the region for more than 150 years are linked closely in a simple arrangement of color and form.
For the most avid of Saratoga fans what’s better than an afternoon at the Spa’s backyard with a copy of the Daily Racing Form, the track program and a couple of “Buds” with some friends? An image bonus.American Pharoah on the DRF Program!
This striking glass and steel pavilion-style cottage in Westcliff, Johannesburg was designed by GASS Architecture Studios. - I saved this mostly for the first photo, the inside/outside use of space. Don't really like this type of rock wall.
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