Another one of the bronze statues in the complex which houses our public library, teen center, and senior center. Behind it all is a neighborhood park, complete with pond, some hiking trails, barbecue and picnic areas, as well as a creek and playground. It’s a place where you can do a lot of things and find a number of resources for all ages. It’s a true asset to our community.
I decided to load up a roll of Kodak Tri-X 400 and have it pushed at the photo lab to +2. I had done this with Ilford HP5 with good results. Here – did they push it or not? I am completely unsure!
We have a wonderful library where I live. There is a huge children’s section, separated from the main library. Child-size chairs and tables, activities, fun books and research books. I go there often just to enjoy what kids (and big and old kids) get to read. This statue is outside the entrance to the children’s library, one of a small number of statues found scattered around the grounds.