Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
Wednesday, March 9, 2016
More from the Old Capitol
When you walk in the front door of the Florida's historic old Capitol, the first thing you see are the stairs. I kind of like the way they looked from the second floor balcony too. The third picture shows what the dome looks like from the inside with the late afternoon sun shining in. You can read a little more about the history of this beautiful place on the sign in the last shot or just enjoy looking at that Spanish moss hanging from the old live oak tree in the background.
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Beautiful stairs. And the roof window is wonderful.
Have a nice day.
Excelente trabalho e belas fotografias.
Um abraço e continuação de uma boa semana.
So nice to see these photo's again, nice memories.
i love that dome!
I guess stately would be the word for this building...
The old Capitol is fabulous outside and in Lois, oh la! that staircase is gorgeous and the dome.. stunning!
Hello, the stairs and dome are beautiful! The oak tree and spanish moss are lovely. Have a happy day!
A very impressive building! I love the dome.
The dome is my favourite among these.
Thank you for these great photos. I've seen lots of pictures of the exterior of this building but never any of the interior so I really appreciated your efforts! Looks so calm and peaceful, and so unlike the folks that inhabit the new building!
Dizzying effect. Love the dome window.
The colors in the dome are fantastic! What a special place. :)
A beautiful old building, Lois!
Love your angle in the second shot!!! And what a beautiful cupola!
How COULD they have even thought of tearing this down?
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