A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida and southern New England and other places he goes.
Certainly a different angle and perspective! Some states do not allow photos in either chamber.
amazing how often those 'coincidences' occur.
Lots of flags! :DGod bless you!Cezar
I love peeking inside these chambers. Many years a go, when I went through a leadership program, I got to sit in one of these seats in our Hourse of Representatives here in Arizona. Somewhere I have a photo of it. Sounds to me like great publishing minds were thinking alike this week.
Very nice Jack!
That is a lot of Legislators, particularly for a rather small state. Everyone would certainly have ample opportunity to get to know their own Legislator if they have only 23,000 residents per district.
I love it! Thanks for showing Jack:)
That is quite a coincidence! Interesting indeed! I'm really enjoying this tour of your state capitol, Jack, and your photos are really wonderful, love the detail in so many of them! Hope you have a very Happy Easter weekend! Enjoy!Sylvia
This is a wonderful series; beautiful details. You might find some amusing contrast with my photo of the Sequim City Hall posted yesterday: http://www.sequimwadailyphoto.com/index.php/2012/04/06/sequim-city-hall/#comments Shall we say it's a bit more modest?
I was thinking also that that was a very small number of representatives for each rep!
Nah, they obviously stole the idea from you. I've never been in either chamber of the Missouri legislature, although I testified at a committee hearing once. Don't like what goes on there these days anyway. Your's is warm and dignified.
I misread your title as "Horse Chamber." In Florida, it would be a more than apt description.
I really like the angle of this shot.
Great image of a very interesting place...
Love that dark wood. It's beautiful!
Is the low angle for the lower chamber? :) Interesting POV, Jack.
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