Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Blue Skies, Bright Sunlight and Brutal Cold in Hartford on Sunday

It was a day to drive around, roll down the car window, take a quick photo, then roll it up again.


 Center Church - First Church of Christ on Hartford's Main Street,
with the Gold Building on the right and CitiPlace to the rear.


The Travelers Tower in sunlight and Wadsworth Atheneum in shadow.


Connecticut State Capitol (again).


Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Arch.


Headquarters of the Hartford Insurance Group on Asylum Avenue.

10 comments:

Tanya Breese said...

what beautiful buildings...the "OMG" on that one building looks so out of place! cold...are you sure your not just being a florida weather baby?!

Janet said...

So picturesque and so many different architectural styles! I really like that arch!

Kate said...

I am impressed by the variety of architectural styles, which seem to blend well together.

Karl Demetz said...

... and a wonderful blue blue sky !

Sharon Anck said...

That beautiful blue sky makes it look so warm. If you hadn't mentioned the cold I'd be thinking you were having a heat wave. Gorgeous shots.

Taken For Granted said...

Ah, those living in Florida just are not acclimatized to norther March temperatures. Beautiful blue skies in your photos.

The Padre said...

Well Timed And Brilliant Eye

Cheers


RedPat said...

Love the arch, Jack! The weather has been like that here too. Today it is rainy & warm and then we will go to sunny & cold tomorrow. That's March!

William Kendall said...

Marvelous architecture- especially the arch!

Kay said...

A gorgeous day but I can imagine the chill. The fine buildings are easier to admire with bare trees.