Monday, December 22, 2014

Snapshots - On the Road

Greetings from the Hermit-Writer


Who doesn't love a brightly painted water tower?


Or a proper colonial-style courthouse


Or weathered red brick buildings


Ha...another courthouse


And a courthouse in weathered red brick.




On the road, you have to take pit stops.



And stop to enjoy a foggy sunset.

18 comments:

  1. Nice pictures. 'When a man is tired of clouds …….' to take a quote and butcher it!

    Hope you have a great Christmas.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  2. The red brick buildings are beautiful. We don't have many water towers here.

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  3. Love the courthouses and the brickwork. But to answer your first question, "I don't". Sorry.

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    1. Not fair. I'm an old man. Have no idea what my first question was :(

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  4. Lovely series of images. I like the dome and the tower on the courthouses. Pretty sunset capture. Happy Monday!

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  5. That's a lot of pretty red brick!! Were you up this way, Trenton?? Or is there another???

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  6. Lovely! It's snowing here right now. :D Have a lovely holiday!

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  7. It is the natural beauty which has my vote...

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  8. Dat is dan wel een hele mooie trip geweest.

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  9. Foggy sunsets cool seeing a bit of your architecture pleasantly pleasing!

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  10. Very nice. Many of these would make nice puzzle pictures.

    Happy Holidays Mac.

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  11. Wow, fancy being locked away, in those beautiful court rooms.

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  12. Love that sunset. I hope you and yours have a very happy holiday season. :)

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  13. Nice pics. Wonder what they were thinking when they designed the Terrell County Courthouse in Georgia? Not being economical, that's for sure. :-) Sort of reminds me of something from Russia. Happy Holidays to you.

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  14. beautiful photos Mac. I love the last image with the car headlights in there.

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  15. I like it when this simple sky fills up my mind.

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