Wednesday, July 14, 2010

The Gazebo - downtown Ocala

21 comments:

Sharon said...

There is nothing quite like a gazebo for that all-American look.

Jim Klenke said...

looks like a great place for summer concerts.

Halcyon said...

I bet they have a lot of weddings there.

Hilda said...

That is such a patriotic gazebo!

magiceye said...

very pretty

lewi14 said...

Looks like an idyllic place (for a vespertine assignation).

VP said...

I think I remember this, it has still some 4th of July attire...

Olivier said...

tres beau kiosque a musique

Bibi said...

Fancy gazebo...there are several in parks here,so I guess I should post some, too!

Cezar and Léia said...

Beautiful and it couldn't be complete without the flag.
Wonderful shot!
Imagine how many summer events there!
Léia

brattcat said...

Is there a place inside to sit? Or is it for performances? Or just a beautiful place to stand to get out of the sun?

Small City Scenes said...

I see the Oompa band but no Indians peeking around corners. MB

Memphis MOJO said...

Nice capture!

Lois said...

I like that domed roof! Very pretty.

JM said...

I like gazebos and this one is lovely.

Jarart said...

I like these. It gives a friendly, small town look to the place.

Francisca said...

I like the gazebo fine, but it is the ground in front of it that really gets my attention! (That might belong on Sheryl's latest blog. ;-) )

EG Wow said...

This looks so American to me. I guess it's the flags and banners. :)

bfarr said...

Americana at its best. Nice capture.

bfarr said...

Hey, it's me again. The big white chicken, et al is yard art. This guy has so much it takes more than a single look to see it all.

Have a nice weekend, J and L.

barb

lewi14 said...

A "vespertine assignation" is a romantic meeting in the evening (I hope). I use the webservice "www.leo.org" for my translations. I know that I don't always find the right words. Please do not have hard feelings ;)

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