|The sun broke through the morning clouds as I arrived at the temple site this morning.|
This is the south face.
|This is a view of the southeast tower with the crane in motion above the building.|
|The northeast tower from University Avenue.|
|The north face.|
|The windows are covered with plastic while the gunite is being sprayed.|
Otherwise the cement would shoot out the windows -- which might be fun to see!
The windows look like they have been decorated for Halloween.
|Even while undergoing this renovation, the building is majestic.|
|These pigeons on the top of the west wall (from the east) have a view I wish I could get.|
|I love peeking inside the building.|
This is a telephoto view inside the northeast tower door.
|This is a great view, looking through the doorway on the east side, clear through the building.|
I aim my camera and shoot, hoping for the best, but I did not know I had this shot until I got home.
|This is a view through the south windows. The red ball in the top right is from the crane.|
|I am guessing that access to utilities is being created with this trench near the sidewalk on University Avenue between the street and the temple site. |
Please do not worry that I am ever in any danger when taking photos. I can hang out this far.
|This vehicle and its operator were lifting, not digging.|
|This trackhoe parked on Center Street north of the site reminded me of an old joke:|
Where does an elephant sit? Anywhere he wants.