Al's Photography Blog

Al's Photography Blog
Folly Beach, South Carolina

Monday, July 30, 2012

Pueblo City Park

This week's theme at Tina's PicStory is azure, so I thought it's a good time to post photos taken at Pueblo City Park with azure skies. It's also for Our World Tuesday, taken in a city approximately 50 miles to the south of where I live.
Here's a ruined seating area next to the tennis courts.
And I loved these trees.

26 comments:

  1. Lovely skies indeed and your captures of the seating area reminds me of those the temples that I visited in Greece. Beautiful! Have a wonderful week!

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  2. Lovely shots and wonderful architecture.

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  3. Very beautiful park. I love the stone work.

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  4. Fantastic photographs, you are visiting beautiful places. I am greeting

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  5. I like the branches on the trees … they remind me of pencil drawings. And the stone seating reminds me of little of those I’ve seen in Italy.

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  6. Beautiful skies and stone work. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  7. Wonderful stone work. Looks like an old amphitheatre. Great perspective of the trees and lovely blue sky.

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  8. Wow! Pueblo City Park with azure skies looks stunning, Al!
    These trees looks beautiful too.
    I would love to be there...

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  9. Lovely shots of the ruins, sky and the pretty trees. Thanks for sharing your world. Have a great week ahead.

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  10. Love the stone work.. I just got back from visiting Mesa Verde..liked that stone work to LOL

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  11. That stone work against the sky makes a beautiful contrast.

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  12. The stonework looks as if it is from a time where solid buildings were built by hand with no machinery at all (perhaps a block and tackle). Built to last, even with the roofs gone, the stone walls are still is upright. The ruins don't look so ruinous under the azure blue and sunny sky!

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  13. The trees look tall here! Love the idea of amphitheaters:)

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  14. Wonderful shots of the place. The place looks great.

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  15. The combination of the stones and the azure sky really makes for some gorgeous photos. But I'm like you, I love those trees!

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  16. Imagine having tennis courts and such incredible stone work side by side, and the technology to share that with your readers. What a wonderful world we live in, and you show it so beautifully!

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  17. Im a lover of most anything stone! Richard

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  18. looks like a wonderful park with an azure-blue ceiling!

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  19. Beautiful sky and I love the angle that you shot the trees from.

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  20. Splendid captures! Love 'em all.

    Cheers from Bohol, Philippines. Visiting from Our World Tuesday.

    http://turningboholano.blogspot.com/2012/08/weather-report-howling-winds-at-panglao.html

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  21. Pure blue! Wonderful in contrast to the ruins.

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  22. What a great place to walk around and find cool photos!

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  23. Great photos, Al. Love the ruins! Thanks for coming by my blog and commenting, too!

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