Labatt Blue Velvet

In the past, I’ve documented the slightly sinister feel of Canton at its most David-Lynchian. Here again, the lights of Main Street are friendly and inviting, but with that edge that small towns have. I can’t wait to see it carpeted in snow—the ambience changes again.

Labatt Blue Velvet

8 thoughts on “Labatt Blue Velvet”

        1. It is the American! Though they weren’t particularly elegant when they section one screen into six small ones, the outside of the theater at least carries its old charm.

  1. […] not for the near-total absence of food from Asian cuisines. Just up the road from Dave’s II (which I’ve photographed previously) is No. A-1 Oriental Kitchen, which seems to satisfy every preconception of what a Chinese food […]

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