What is that little white building on the left?
I'm traveling right now, so I will have to catch up whenever I can.This is such an interesting shot. I love the smaller building. I think I've seen that same one in a hundred towns. It must get around.
belle photo, on dirait l'entree d'une station de metro sur la gauche
I see we've returned to our regularly scheduled programming. After Wednesday, I wasn't sure.
Yes what is that smaller building? It's so overshadowed by the larger building but somehow it's much more majestic.
Interesting contrast between the buildings. I am not sure, but you probably posted half Herley either today!
I like that little building very much. What is it?You studied Native American history? Really? Would you tell me more? Via e-mail?
I'm guessing thats an old First National Bank building?
Pretty cool picture. Such differences. MB
Love the old buildings....We're back from Alaska...on our way to Michigan....will give you an update later. Everything is OK with Selma.
The building on the left gives this place a not-so-Floridian feel. However, the pink and orange building and the palms bring you right back to Ocala!
I do like that lamp post with the clock there on the corner! I also love those tall palms.
I like the palm trees against the brick wall, but the small building on the left surely gets my attention.
Regarding your comment on smallcityscenes blog. Goats do not have to be shod but do have to be trimmed. If a goat had shoes you know they would be an outrageous double pair (a quad of shoes). MB
What is the sand-coloured building? I'm guessing it's a bank. I LOVE the clock in front of it!
that building on the corner has a very interesting facade. looks like a very clean city.
The old and the new...nice contrast in architectural styles.
A neat looking square.
Very neat shot! Yeah, that small building is cute. I saw a similar one somewhere and it's a post office. But what captured my attention first were the palm trees.. and that little red fire hydrant in front of the white building. To change the question, what is the yellow building behind the small white building?^^
Big Palm Trees and beautiful buildings !!Great Shot !! Nice post Jacob !!
This kind of a scene to be found in India would be so rare! Not even a single person int he frame :-)I have resolved the issue with the comments posting on my blog :-)
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