Monday, July 22, 2013

A Window On Church Street


It has been awhile since the last Metal Monday. Mike is still recovering from cervical fusion surgery but we are slowly getting a few projects completed.

For some good news. A few weeks ago Mike was asked to display some of his metal flowers in a store front window on Church Street in downtown Orlando. This is a historic part of the downtown area. Many changes are underway to this part of Orlando so he is excited to be part of it.

This is the window before it was finished looking in from the street.





And from the inside looking out.




The window is approximately 22 feet long and Mike has 12 flowers displayed.




Some of the pictures are hard to see due to the refection in the glass. 
There is a black curtain backdrop behind them and lights that shine down.






This is a sidewalk view of the street.




This area of downtown is going through a lot of changes. There is the old train station that will soon be used for the new Sun Rail that is coming to our area next year.




There are many restaurants there now, along with bars and nightlife. New condos have also been built for downtown living and small art studios are also in the area.

The street is closed to traffic in the evenings, so it is safe for walking.











This staircase reminds me of Titanic.




Towards the other end of the street and going under I-4 is the Amway Center.







A few more pictures of the street and window.



















Hope you enjoyed a little tour of Church Street and Downtown Orlando.




Thanks for stopping by,


























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