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Today’s Foliage Concord Shopping Mall — Untouched — Lit By Setting Sun — October 10, 2019.

by Anura Guruge


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5:59pm, Concord ‘Steeplegate’ Shopping Mall. You can see the ‘Talbots’ sign in the background. Saw this when I came out. Sun was setting and was low on the horizon. Tree was also lit by a sodium light at the back. You can see that at the top.

UNTOUCHED. No exposure adjustment. Point and click. My Google Pixel 2.


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Taking Selfies My Way — Part XXV, Steeplegate Mall, Concord, NH — March 22, 2018.

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It was somebody’s birthday yesterday, March 22nd, and we ended up going to Steeplegate Mall, Concord twice in the day. Once in the morning to get her ears pierced and then a few hours later so that she and two of her friends could gallivant before dinner at Friendly’s.

Took these selfies on the 2nd visit. Plenty of time for me to just drag my heels — and they have a lot of mirrors in those stores. So …

No, I did not buy those shades, BUT maybe I should go and get them. They are very me.


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Incredibly Impressive “Youth Art” Display At Concord’s “Steeplegate Mall” (New Hampshire).

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This “Concord School District — Youth Art Month” exhibition at the Steeplegate Mall seems to be, of late, an annual event — in March.

We were at the Mall, on March 22nd too as it happened, last year and I was impressed with what I saw as attested to by this post. [March 22 is Teischan’s birthday, and last year and this year she wanted to take her friends to the Mall prior to going to dinner at Friendly’s. Hence, being at the Mall, two years running on March 22.]

Incredible work. What amazing talent. I was so impressed and so pleased. I wish I could have stayed longer and taken more — and better — snaps. But, the kids were hungry. So, I had to dash off a few quick pictures. I have NOT done this exhibition adequate justice. SORRY.

I tip my hat to the kids, the teachers and all that rallied around to make this exhibition a reality and a SUCCESS. The one BRIGHT SPOT is an increasingly forlorn and empty mall.


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