A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida and southern New England and other places he goes.
The arches are lovely even this time of year. I like that the path is generously wide.
This is lovely, even with the snow.
Such a magic gazebo, something from movies sceneries, really beautiful!Léia
How different it looks now. The arches remind me of a Monet painting that we have at the Phoenix Art Museum.
A beautiful winter scene. Wishing you and your family love, joy and continued good health in 2012. Thanks for being my virtual friend. :)
I would love to walk under this archway....even in the winter.Another magical pathway.Winter doesn't steal the beauty...it adds to it.
I really like this shot. Eerily beautiful. I think our first blog posts are the ones that inspire us the most. Also, I like the new title banner (it is new, right? I hope I'm not just noticing it!).
Interesting seeing it in winter vs. summer. Those roses are beautiful. Looks like a lovely place for a stroll. Btw, I did get a plug in for SDP on the air last night. The marketing arm of the SDP team was quite pleased. : )
I still remember my first posts either, it's always interesting to compare a place with itself some time later...
i read another post or a magazine article that recommended revisting places many time to capture the different looks, you have accomplished that here
Beautiful place in the summer! It is interesting to see it in a different time of year. Great shot!
I really like what you have done here. Photographed out of season makes for some interesting perspective.
Nice shot and the Summer photo is beautiful.
I bet that's a place that's good to go to no matter the season (especially on photo hunts!).
Three beautiful photos, thanks to your links. Thanks, Jack. I agree with Sequim Daily Photo's comment about how it reminds her/him of the Rose Garden here in Portland.Please stop by on Thursday, after midnight on Wednesday even, at Portland Oregon Daily Photo to see my first ever embedded video. It shows my younger son Leland bouldering at The Circuit in Portland, Oregon, as filmed by his older brother Lamont, who also boulders.
Are these rose arches originally an English garden form? Just seems like it ought to be at some castle somewhere in England. Classic form in the winter snow. Very elegant.
Love to see it again in the summer time
I enjoyed looking at this picture and then clicking on the summer one and seeing the difference. It seems like a lot of weddings would happen there. If I was going to get married there, I'd choose the winter setting.
Quite a different from the summer version. Always nice to return to a favorite spot.
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