Facade

Facade

The word facade comes from the French language, literally meaning “frontage” or “face.”

This is the facade of the Stone Mill in Lawrence.  As you can see, it is full of textures.  And colors.  And lines.  It also has a history.  And significance.  A past and a future.  I’m drawn to it because its “face” conveys it all.

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