Sunday, December 7, 2008

The Old Florida Capitol


I took this picture of the back side of Florida's historic old capitol building while standing in front of the new 22 story capitol which sits behind it. There are so many trees in front that it's hard to see the dome on top clearly. The black flag under the Florida flag is a POW flag. The two buildings are so close together I was unable to get far enough back to get the whole building in the shot.

6 comments:

jill said...

It's good that the old Capitol was preserved. Oregon lost it's first two to fire.

Femin Susan said...

Hello……
This is amazing!! I am so glad I found your blog! Have a great weekend.
Welcome to my blog…….

magiceye said...

impressive!!

elsa said...

Hello,

I like the point of view of this picture! Whose POW was that flag?

Lois said...

The POW/MIA flag is flown as a symbol of United States concern and commitment to resolving as fully as possible the fates of Americans still prisoner, missing and unaccounted for in Southeast Asia.

Tanya said...

Beautiful building!