A noontime errand to the main drag of James Street in my Syracuse city neighborhood of James Street coaxed me to pull the iPhone 6 from my pocket.
The low-riding almost-mid-January sun mixed with herringbone clouds carried an almost monochromatic tone to the day.
A traffic light allowed a small signal of red as a reminder that some things besides the tires on my Chevy are all-season.
Speaking of my vehicle, that’s the rear window of said sky blue Cruze providing an excellent reflection of the sun’s running mates.
The Palace Theatre was not ablaze at this time of day, its tan brick exterior blending into the sameness of its surroundings.
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Errand and couple-block drive back to the Little Bitty completed, the phone had to come out one last time.
That view up the hill toward the sun was too good to pass up.
Has anything in particular in your part of our world lately caused you to notice the noontime sun, and if so, please explain. What are the surrounding blocks to your home like? Which is your favorite photo, and why?