I needed a haircut, so I went into downtown Hartford on a Saturday morning.
I was struck by how clean everything looked when there were so few people and cars around.
This is Center Church on Main Street, contrasting with the Gold Building.
Stanley Black and Decker (the New Britain-based tool company) has an innovation center on the ground floor of Constitution Plaza. I showed the mural last year.
Some office buildings across the street from Constitution Plaza, with the Travelers Tower beyond.
I parked near the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford's foremost art museum. Without traffic I was able to focus on the building. Remarkable how many different periods and architectural styles are represented, as the museum was built over two centuries.
Thinking about those different periods and architectural styles, I went out to Main Street to photograph the main entrance (the castle-like structure on the left) and two other wings.