I must confess to not being too photographically ambitious lately, but I did get myself going fairly early one morning. I just drove down to townhall area to see what I could see.
And here it is. Sometimes, black and white is the way to go.
I played around with ICM (Intentional Camera Movement) where one deliberately moves the camera while using a slow-ish shutter speed. I took several and put them together in post. I may experiment more with this technique, which is something to do when you don't think you are going to get a very good photo in the traditional manner or you have done it before and want something new.
Looking the other way: the Boulton Brown Mill, now an apartment building. There are always cars parked to the right, so I avoided them, but perhaps I will juts go with the flow next time.
Across the river, the restaurant lights were still on.
Beside the restaurant is an old house and present business with interesting red doors although this photo is only so-so. It may be worth another shot sometime, perhaps just focusing on the door and reflection rather than the whole building.
I like the bw photo and the restaurant lights photos best in this series.