Suspendu, says the caption. In Napoli.
Before this building was a church, it apparently was a tavern, the oldest structure in the Germantown neighborhood of Philadelphia. After it was a church, it was converted into something else, some kind of housing.
At the building next door is a sign that reads: "We don't know anything about the church."
It's gotta be that shredder sitting by the windowsill, just to the right of the desktop.
This is Ted's new office in Washington, DC.
Fifty-four arched windows catch the morning sun in this old building on Arch Street.
Unlocking, or maybe locking up, in Barcelona.
Back alley in downtown Toronto, Ontario.