Thursday, April 10, 2008

In the hood

These are the places in my neighborhood....

Italian grocery store
At the garden store
My favorite restaurant, delicious French food in the dining room, excellent Cuban food at the bar
Graffiti above the Harvard Credit Union
My neighbor's lawn ornaments, strange, but somehow endearing. They are growing on me.
What's your neighborhood like?

9 comments:

artycho said...

I love your pictures, what lovely sights! Do they speak french "chez Henri"? my camera is broken!!! as soon as I get it fix, or more likely, as soon as I get a new one, I will show some pictures of my green neighbourhood!

Jill said...

Thanks Artycho! I doubt most of the staff speak french at Chez Henri, although maybe the owner does? The food is great though! Too bad about your camera...I'm looking forward the seeing your neighborhood when you get it fixed :)

Mrs.French said...

My son would love your neighborhood. He is a big lawn ornament fan. Love your photos!

anu said...

You have so interesting neighborhood,it's great to have flower shop so close by and that chez henri.My neighborhood isn't so interesting!But i can take few photos!Have a nice day!

anu said...

Me again, i must say that i love that italian grosery store photo!

Stardust said...

It's great to have a peek into your neighbourhood! Looks interensting! Here it's all gray now.. Maybe when it gets a liiiittle bit greener I'll offer you the same treat! (Not any nice restaurants or shops here though, so on the second thought, it could be my holiday neighbourhood instead ; ))

Mary-Laure said...

Nice pictures! I loved living in Cambridge for two years some time ago.

Jill said...

Thanks for your nice comments on my neighborhood photos! It is the city and so inspiration comes from all the strange little things I see on the streets and not so much from lovely countryside scenery. I grew up in the country, so living in the city is always exciting for me, but I do miss the peace, quiet and green. I like to get away from here as much as possible in the summertime. Loking forward to seeing your neighborhoods anytime you feel inspired!

Diana said...

Love the garden pics - looks like a wonderful place to be!