Photo taken from Constitution Plaza during my lunch break, where I saw that the Connecticut Science Center (pictured below)is beginning to seriously finish the area around the building. Light fixtures have been erected and raised concrete structures (for plants?) are visible.
This is the ground level of the CT Science Center. When it opens, I plan to make a beeline for the third and fourth floors.
From there I went down to Charter Oak Landing, which requires traveling through the land that time forgot. In other words, I got to drive past the street where, a few years back, my car was found after being stolen. The apartments in this area seem so detached from everything else, as they are next to an industrial area.
Charter Oak Landing itself is pretty. A bike trail (and fitness course!) runs through it.
It’s located close enough to the Colt Building to warrant a matching dome gazebo.
The rowing was fun to watch. They moved so quickly that of the ten photos I took of them, only one was not a blur.
These flowers are outside of the Legislative Office Building and Hartford State Armory. This area always amazes me because it’s kept remarkably clean and the flowers are taken care of. Behind these buildings (more specifically, behind the LOB) is a stash of military vehicles, train tracks, and a bikepath that empties into Bushnell Park.