Victoria's Light

I stopped on the way home for a coffee at a great cafe on Benefit Street.  My office has been on this street since 1983.  Shooting in cafes is a favorite of mine and the beautiful architecture too.  I shot these images with the great Ricoh GRIII.  I wish it had a built-in viewfinder.

Chicago Turntable
A working vertical turntable, made in Chicago. David Byrne is a RISD graduate.
Flowers in the Benefit St. Cafe
Benefit Street Dude
The Rhode Island School of Design Student Center.
Reading Near the Fridge
In the Benefit St. Cafe. The owner is a very kind, friendly person.

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