|Each time I visit the construction site I see things I haven't observed before.|
This appears to be a support structure for the roof. It shows up in earlier pictures.
I just haven't noticed it.
|This is a close-up. I can't decide if it is cinder block or brick.|
|A close-up from the southeast.|
|This is a close-up of wood braces on the east wall.|
My father was a civil engineer.
Why didn't I inherit some of his structural understanding so I'd know what I'm seeing?
|As the crews continue to gut the structure, I am better able to see inside.|
This is the north east tower, looking from the north (the street).
The same bricks from the roof support appear to have been used throughout the tabernacle.
|This is a view of the north wall. I hadn't noticed how thick the exterior walls were before today.|
I've heard of bloggers feeling a need for a camera with a better zoom. I'm there.
|This worker would have a good view of the city, but he seems to be intent on what he's doing.|
|This is the southeast tower, looking from the south. |
The sky was overcast this morning at 8, but this is a pretty good peek inside.
|I could watch the crane for hours.|