If you don’t live here, you would not know that the building on the left is also St. James Episcpal Church, same as the previous image. This was also found on Flickr
I found this at Flickr from a guy I Iknow we would like a lot. Read why for yourself at his account.
Matt also says: If you are interested in purchasing any of the high quality versions of my prints, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meanwhile, this is St. James Episcopal Church and those of us who live in the StoryBook Village see it every day.
Skaneateles is a StoryBook Village. We live here and we know why: Walk to everything, sit on park benches with your neighbors, run to the Community Center to then work out, shop in one of the very unusual shops (like Angels on the Lake or Bella Blue) before you have lunch at Joe’s Pasta Garage.
Guess What? You can live here too, in one of our luxury Village Condos. Call Curt for details at 315-685-7568.
Village Trustee, Mark Roney, volunteers his time to “take care of business”, and, to take marvelous images of the StoryBook Village. When I asked him to use his pics, Mark said: “Of course, it’s all about the beauty”.
This is the Water Works Gate Station for the City of Syracuse, with whom we have a Love / Hate relationship. In 1794 they “bought” our water and built us the seawall and pier we enjoy (and photograph) today.
They also put out of business all the water powered factories located by the stream they diverted the water from.