Loo.uh.vull

… is where we played our first tour concert and are spending the night. We had a minuscule break after dinner in which I explored the neighborhood. All of the houses in it are on the National Registry of Historic Places, and were gorgeous. I forgot my real camera, unfortunately, so these are all iPhone photos retouched in Photoshop. I’m impressed with the photo quality — wasn’t expecting them to look decent.

Trash can in an alley.

Trash can in an alley.

There were two of these lions, one on each side of the sidewalk to an apartment building. The next building down was named "Camelot."

There were two of these lions, one on each side of the sidewalk to an apartment building. The next building down was named "Camelot."

One of the many creative front porch settings I saw. One good thing about the South is it's warm long enough that it's worth it to find nice porch furniture. I love the toile contrasted with the brick.

One of the many creative front porch settings I saw. One good thing about the South is it's warm long enough that it's worth it to find nice porch furniture. I love the toile contrasted with the brick.

I'm not sure what you're supposed to push against, but I can't resist graffiti pictures. And the color looks a lot better in Photoshop — not sure why it faded out when I uploaded it.

I'm not sure what you're supposed to push against, but I can't resist graffiti pictures. And the color looks a lot better in Photoshop — not sure why it faded out when I uploaded it.

And the ultimate question, Who are you?

And the ultimate question, Who are you?

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