What We’ve Seen June

Carolina Theater circa 1949 via Endangered Durham

STREET SIGHTINGS

For the month of June, we gratefully turned our What we’ve Seen” page over to the photos shot by the outstanding young journalist, Meriel O’Connell.

Mmm…cookie dough from Loaf at The Parlour, anyone?

Mmm…cookie dough from Loaf at The Parlour, anyone?

One the many murals of Durham

One the many murals of Durham

Buckets of flowers at the Farmer’s Market

Buckets of flowers at the Farmer’s Market

Flowers at the Durham Farmer’s Market

Flowers at the Durham Farmer’s Market

Shot just before construction commenced

Shot just before construction commenced

A public work piece from the Bull City Sculpture Show

A public work piece from the Bull City Sculpture Show

Fresh chard at the Durham Farmer’s Market

Fresh chard at the Durham Farmer’s Market

Double scoop, please (shot at The Parlour)

Double scoop, please (shot at The Parlour)

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The rapidly changing face of Durham

The rapidly changing face of Durham

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Love the Geer Street Garden’s garden

Love the Geer Street Garden’s garden

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Burgers and hot dogs at Kings Sandwich Shop

Burgers and hot dogs at Kings Sandwich Shop

Here’s a Durham rooftop we’ve never been on!

Here’s a Durham rooftop we’ve never been on!

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Through the bars at Surf Club

Through the bars at Surf Club

Sunsets in Durham!

Sunsets in Durham!

Ice cream at The Parlour

Ice cream at The Parlour

How different will this skyline be in eighteen months?

How different will this skyline be in eighteen months?

The work of the Vanilla Gorilla

The work of the Vanilla Gorilla

Some more beautiful Farmer’s Market flowers

Some more beautiful Farmer’s Market flowers

Coffee at Cocoa Cinnamon

Coffee at Cocoa Cinnamon

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Meriel O’Connell, is a high school junior at Durham Academy. She is a well-traveled young woman, in addition to having taken multiple trips to Australia, she has also spent time in New York City, Los Angeles, Albuquerque, and Nicaragua. She loves to observe and absorb local culture. When she isn’t off to one of those fabulous locations, she is singing in her school choir, shopping for new shoes, taking yoga classes, and writing. Diverse and well-rounded, she is natural at New School Journalism.

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