A nice inviting entrance must make the visits just a bit less painful.
I hate going to these places but it sure helps when they are nice like this one.
Beautiful entryway. Love the use of the brick here.
cela ne ressemble a un hôpital, belle entrée très moderne
Is it blood that on the tiles?
You really do take some wonderful photos.As for the swimming pool below, I find that digital goes too blue in daylight. I adjust the color balance to warmer in almost all my daylight photos - no big deal, it takes 30 seconds.As for the film v. digital - soon it'll be a moot point, as there'll be no film available. As one who spent many years in the darkroom, I say, hooray and hallelujah.
My eight day stay was as pleasant as a hospital stay can be! Everyone treated me as if I were a relative or a long term friend. I am glad it is here.
Wow. Before reading your text, I thought it was a hotel!
Very impressive. I guess if I had to go to a hospital I would go there. Of course I am not there.We have a Monroe Valley Hospital out here---a nice place but many years ago it used to be call Death Vally hosp. But now it is pretty good for a small town. MB
The entrance is wide and welcoming. I;m sure it's reassuring to live in an area with a good hospital. You never know when you might need to spend time there.
Some photos look better from an angle, but I like this one straight on. And I absolutely love the bricks.
Very impressive ...
They may be the best, but I still hope you are not making use of their services!
and it seems to be one of the most beautiful.
@ Wolynski - You may be right about film, but I'm not sure. I know a number of master photographers who still shoot all their landscapes and art photography on film.In fact, the latest issue of one of the photography magazines features several beautiful landscapes, all on Fuji Velvia 50...albeit 4 X 5.But film will never come back again as a commercially viable product for the masses. Digital is just too easy.
A nice place to visit, but I wouldn't want to stay there! And only nice to visit if you are going to see the new grandbaby or something on that order.
@ VP - Yes, lots of blood. I think we had a shoot-out that morning and they hadn't cleaned things up yet. It was between the Seminoles and the Gators.
It looks modern and "inviting". I'm not sure that's the right word for a place we try to avoid though. I have to lol @ VP! Are sports so deadly in Ocala? ;-)
Looks massive! Great entrance!
Wicked to say, but if you didn't mention it's a hospital I'd guess it to be a hotel...God bless you!Cezar
It looks like a beautiful place. I hope you only visit it as a visitor and not as a patient! Keep eating you green vegies!
That is a beautiful entrance! I still don't like hospitals though.
Very pretty! And glad that you left out all of the nurses who are standing around smoking at least 40 feet away from the building.
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