I’ll tell you this: ever since I was born in the 1970s, Buffalo had been stagnant and/or declining. Hundreds of thousands of people left the city for dead. But like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Buffalo is tangibly on its way back-to-life in amazing ways. If you haven’t been to downtown Buffalo, here’s the news: it has changed a lot since the last time you were there, complete with new streetscapes, buildings, cranes and activity. While still “in development” at the present moment, it’s definitely becoming a hot spot for the whole region, as many older buildings, long vacant, are being rehabbed, refreshed and/or made new. Buffalo is a city in positive transition. The doom-and-gloom cloud that lingered over it for decades has gone away. Despite challenges, or perhaps because of them, Buffalo– including downtown Buffalo– is finally rising again! –Mark Weber
Phil Brunner is a Buffalo-area artist who specializes in high quality digital art. Here we see his stellar pictures of the iconic Peace Bridge. The Peace Bridge connects Buffalo, New York, with Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada. It’s an international bridge that has been around since the 1920s! It’s one of the most used international bridge crossings between America and Canada.
Mark Weber takes pictures of Beautiful Buffalo, and here are some of his most recent ones: