Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Clock and Seal



Here is another view from one of the lower floors of the same parking garage where I took yesterday's picture. I zoomed in on the clock and the Florida State University seal located directly over one of the entrances to Bobby Bowden Field at Doak S. Campbell Stadium. When the FSU football team is playing a home game, this stadium is usually packed with over 80,000 people. It is impossible to get the whole stadium into one picture unless you are flying over it. The second photo shows the same view without zooming in. By the way, I have stood on the inside behind that clock looking out and it is huge. I think I was just a little bit taller than the number VI at the bottom.

Linking to Our World Tuesday.

13 comments:

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Uma bela fachada e gostei do relógio.
Um abraço e boa semana.
Andarilhar

biebkriebels said...

A nice symmetrically view at the two towers.

Sandra said...

That is a really big Stadium. Very nice looking too. When I first read your title I read Glock and seal which means I'm reading too many detective novels

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Love the symmetry on the uni edifice Lois.. must be quite something to see on game nights!

Lady Fi said...

Lovely shots.

Jacob said...

I've never seen the stadium....quite impressive from this angle. That 2nd shot makes it look like some European cathedral structure from the Middle Ages! :)

Sharon Anck said...

That looks like one giant clock! What an impressive structure.

bill burke said...

Very impressive stadium. 80,000 Florida football fans, must be insane on game day. Nice images Lois.

Jedidja said...

O, that is very nice!

RedPat said...

I like the clock a lot, Lois!

Jack said...

It is fun going to college football games at big time football schools like FSU. I went to one or two games a year at Ohio Stadium when I worked in Columbus, and it was a wonderful kind of madness. Do you still go to the FSU games?

Jim said...

I like the clock.

William Kendall said...

Very distinctive architecture!