Buffalo, Paris, and Chimney Pots.

Twenty four years ago I stayed at a Holiday Inn Express on Chippewa and Main in Buffalo, NY,  and was intrigued by the adjoining roof top of an early 20th century two-story building, rimmed with tens of classic chimney pots. 

Years later while in France, the view from the Eiffel Tower brought those chimney pots to mind…

Just for perspective because I like the image, here is a view from the top-level of the Eiffel Tower on September 25, 2012. I wonder how many of these “pots” would be within this view! 

As usual, click on the image for a closer look, and thanks for viewing. Comments are always welcome. M 🙂

6 thoughts on “Buffalo, Paris, and Chimney Pots.

    1. Thanks, Lisa. The building in Buffalo is now the home of the Contempoary Photography and Visual Arts Center (CEPA,) members to whom I’ve reached out to for information on the pots – but little has been learned as of yet. I hope to update accordingly in a near future post. M 🙂

      1. You bet it’s crowded. Sometimes, I dream of finding a little house, about 25 to 125 miles away from any civilization, in Montana, or there abouts. Then I wake up. M:-)

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