Sunday, October 9, 2016


Last weekend, I headed Downtown to make an attempt at getting a shot of the International Space Station as it made a pass over Little Rock. We went and set up at the top of a parking deck which provided good views of the skyline. The pass was to happen about 20 minutes or so after sunset, so while waiting I got a few shots of the city before it got dark. This is the view of the competing steeples of the AT&T Building and the Cathedral of St. Andrew, which was built in 1881 and was the tallest building in the city for several decades.


And the view looking north, towards the intersection of Center Street and 6th Street.


The Space Station passed overhead, but my pictures didn't quite turn out like I wanted. Oh well. It'll be back sometime soon, hopefully! Before we headed out, I got one last shot of the Simmons Tower, which at 40 stories is the current tallest building in Little Rock (and in Arkansas).


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