When I first visited Harrisburg, I was driven down Front Street, where there is a long, quaint park along the river. I was amazed at the cute buildings perched right across from the water - no levee, no walls, and no real space between the river and the road. It was a real switch from the Ohio River in Cincinnati - the geography and cityscape are nearly complete opposites, and I was in love with the fact that Harrisburg was 'adorable.' I'm still honestly shocked when locals seem off-put by me calling their city cute, but it is truly is from my perspective. While I'm fine not living here (I technically never lived in the city, I lived nearby), I do enjoy working downtown and driving down Front Street every day. I've been wanting to take photos at this bridge forever, and I finally set up one day after work. I was surprised no one got caught by my camera considering the amount of people that passed me. I must be really good at making things look completely desolate at 5:30 PM.
feline karma dress :: leah reena goren for anthropologie remixed
belt :: target remixed
flats :: bass remixed
bag :: cambridge satchel remixed