Saturday, January 30, 2016

Caloosahatchee Manuscripts


It has been three years since I showed the lighted cylinders on First Street in Fort Myers,
the Calahoosahatchee Manuscripts by sculptor Jim Sanborn.  Click here for more information.


I hope to be forgiven for repeating myself.  The pierced and lighted cylinders always
captivate me when I am in Ft. Myers at night.  


I was there recently for a play at Florida Repertory Theatre.


The theme for City Daily Photo bloggers on February 1 is
"A Scene from a Cafe or Coffee House."

16 comments:

Andy said...

Absolutely amazing sight.

jennyfreckles said...

They are stunning works. It was good to read their 'story' and to see them lit is wonderful.

Lois said...

Gorgeous Jack! I haven't been to Ft. Myers in years.

Sylvia K said...

Oh, I do agree with Andy, and absolutely amazing sight it is indeed!! Thank you so much for sharing it again!! Awesome!! Hope you're enjoying a great weekend, Jack!!

William Kendall said...

That is so cool, Jack!

joo said...

they are great shots, Jack!

Sharon Anck said...

I wouldn't be able to resist a few photos either.

Karl Demetz said...

Fabulous, Jack !

RedPat said...

I love seeing them again, Jack!
Torontonian is a real word. ;-)

LOLfromPasa said...

I don't blame you. Looks amazing. Love to see that design repeated here in Coventry.

bill said...

Wonderful and amazing images!!

Bob Crowe said...

I've heard to this artist's conundrum of a work at CIA headquarters. Is there an interpretation at this location for visitors?

EG CameraGirl said...

Love the light and reflections!

Nathalie H.D. said...

I'd never heard of this. It's great. A good reason to get into night photography :)

Kay said...

That's really amazing. I'm not sure I saw these before...or maybe it's one I've forgotten. That's a very cool piece of art.

cieldequimper said...

Oooh I love these!