Robinella suggested the theme this time, and a great idea it is. We usually focus on what's right in front of us and miss all the cool things we'd see if only we'd look up now and then.
For example, this is the top of the S.J. Payne Building in Wabash Indiana. (This would be a great time to click the photo to see details!)
Is it not jaw-droppingly much?
Built in 1898, it housed a furniture and undertaking business. Apparently, this was a common combo back then, as the craftsmen could stay busy by knocking out a few chairs and sideboards in between the coffin orders. Practical, but creepy.
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