Al's Photography Blog

Al's Photography Blog
Folly Beach, South Carolina

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Guess Where I've Been

I just got back from visiting relatives. If you don't know where this is, just look at the labels below the post. But it's a pretty distinctive landmark so you can probably guess!
Both photos were taken on Saturday, but I'm back in Colorado again. I'm linking this post to Our World Tuesday, as well as to Tina's PicStory as this week's theme is March Flowers. We had a little of every type of weather while we were there - sun, rain, and snow, so there are lots of varied photos to come.

21 comments:

  1. Needless to say, it does look familiar to me!! How fun, Al!! I hope you had a wonderful visit!! And I hope you have a great week!

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  2. Must be a great view, once one gets up. Wishing you all a good new week ahead.

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  3. Oh yeah - I know exactly where that is. It's in my neighbor city to the north. I've been to the top a couple of times.

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  4. Hi Al..Wow that made me a bit dizzy, I have been called that too!!
    I guess I am not to informed, but I am now because I Goggled it...the things you can learn blogging ; )
    I don't do well with heights, but I sure do love Daffodils!!
    Grace

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  5. Cool angles! It's just north of here.

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  6. great perspective and lovely flowers :) thanx!

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  7. From Seattle, as far as I can see:)
    Best whishes.
    Mormor

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  8. Seattle I believe, the space needle in its classic pose. What is so cool is the dichotomy: the tall structure is modern and obviously man-made. The flowers are much closer to the ground and natural. A nice day is captured with hints of Spring here - nice!

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  9. Hooray for the beautiful Queen City of the Pacific Northwest! Loving the reminder of "close to home." The daffodils are a big bonus. We don't get them here in Florida and I miss 'em.

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  10. Great photos. I like the daffodils against the tall structure. And yes, once seen that structure is not easy to forget.

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  11. Nice shots of the space needle in Seattle!

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  12. Seeing this makes me miss watching the episodes of Grey's Anatomy. Anyway, I love seeing daffodils on different blogs this time of the year; we don't have that flower here, so I can just admire it on blogs.

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  13. A wonderful view of it beneath those glorious blue skies.

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  14. Stunning yellows in those daffodils. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

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  15. I recognise it from 'Grey's Anatomy'...

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  16. Fantastic shots of the tower against the sky.

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  17. I envy the place where you have been.
    You've been in an interesting place.

    · hugs

    · CR · & · LMA ·


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  18. Beautiful photos, Al! I know exactly where that is, even I never been there... It's a postcard of Seattle I see many times on films and photos.

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  19. We went to Seattle a couple of times but seeing the Space Needle with the flowers in front makes it a different shot – nice.

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  20. Great photos, love the perspective. I have to say I'm drawn more to the gorgeous daffodils! Still waiting for spring here!

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