Most of the picture credits in this post go to our intrepid contractor on the first phase of Hildring House, Shawn Cowdin. But even contractor updates are not exempt from Debra’s recently-enacted rule of at least two “pretty pictures” per post. So here is the first of two shots from the Chinese Lantern Festival in Dallas a couple of years ago. I thought they would be appropriate, given the electrical theme of Shawn’s pictures in the post. The lighting at Hildring House won’t be quite so exotic. The electrical component of any project, however, is critical, no matter how elaborate. The Hildring House situation presented some problems that Shawn let us know about in a series of texts, shown below, that started with a basic lesson: Don’t Cut A Live Wire.
I love architectural contrast. Since Debra has decreed at least two “pretty” pics per post, I’ll use some of that contrast for the first one. This shot is – obviously, because of the iconic CN Tower on the left – in Toronto, taken from the the St. Lawrence Market area looking back downtown.
Now, let’s see what’s going on at Hildring House –
When I finished assembling the photos for this post, only one of them was even close to what Debra would consider “pretty,” so I decided to supplement with a couple of travel pictures, as I often do. I ran across the shot below from a trip to Puerto Rico a few years ago. If memory serves, it’s a church on the square in Ponce, taken about thirty minutes before sundown.
A nice play of light, don’t you think? Now, let’s go take a look at the progress at Hildring House. Continue reading “Hildring House – And It Continues”