Monday, September 20, 2010
Squint Shot 092010
On the east side of the little stone house (formerly a gas station in the mid-1960s -- see the squint shot article a couple days ago), located at Six Corners on Grand River, a locked door sits amongst the selectively-placed stones in concrete. It is interesting to known how the corner of the building was decorated with large stones, possibly cut with squared edges, and then what appears to be sandstone alternating between. Gives a nice effect, in my opinion.