The Whaling Wall | Vaughan Mall Parking Lot

Artist Robert Wyland first painted The Whaling Wall of Portsmouth in 1993 on the side of The Cabot House’s exterior wall in the Vaughan Mall parking lot.  The wall has since fallen into disrepair and is the target of a local effort to raise funds to save the wall.  Learn more HERE.  Official Wyland site here: PORTSMOUTH WALL.

The Whaling Wall | Vaughan Mall Parking Lot

Artist Robert Wyland first painted The Whaling Wall of Portsmouth in 1993 on the side of The Cabot House’s exterior wall in the Vaughan Mall parking lot.  The wall has since fallen into disrepair and is the target of a local effort to raise funds to save the wall.  Learn more HERE.  Official Wyland site here: PORTSMOUTH WALL.

Portwalk | The (former) Parade Mall

The old Parade Mall building, a scar on Portsmouth’s landscape from the urban renewal efforts back in the 60s or 70s…is no longer.  This shot captures the building in its nearly completely demolished state on June 20, 2009.  As of June 30th, the building is completely gone…and will become the new Portwalk redevelopment, which is slated to beautify the northern tier of the city and better tie in the area near the Sheraton to the Vaughan Mall (and further to Congress Street).  I loved the blues on the cars and the bike and the hint of it in the sky.

Full size here:  FLICKR

Article in Foster’s here: PORTWALK

Portwalk | The (former) Parade Mall

The old Parade Mall building, a scar on Portsmouth’s landscape from the urban renewal efforts back in the 60s or 70s…is no longer.  This shot captures the building in its nearly completely demolished state on June 20, 2009.  As of June 30th, the building is completely gone…and will become the new Portwalk redevelopment, which is slated to beautify the northern tier of the city and better tie in the area near the Sheraton to the Vaughan Mall (and further to Congress Street).  I loved the blues on the cars and the bike and the hint of it in the sky.

Full size here:  FLICKR

Article in Foster’s here: PORTWALK