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Wonderful composition shot!I specially love the detail with his portrait in the background!Léia
The portrait looks vaguely familiar!!
What a beautiful room for this wonderful painting.
Beautiful tribute to a great man Jack!
You composed this very well...old George would have approved. I think. He was an onery cuss, but overall a good man. He wouldn't think very much of our current politicos; especially those who invoke his name as a "founding father."Re your smart-alecky comment about needing one more blog: Yeah, it is kind crazy, isn't it? But, here's the thing...I'm gonna kinda, more or less let the others go...with only occasional posts.And, I'm including "albums" on the new one.And yes, I'm a little nuts. But I am gonna play golf tomorrow. So that's good, right?
An old fashioned place, elegant and sober, with the right portrait watching over!
What a wonderful lecturn image here. Love it more that the background shot.
That bright yellow is a rich background for the white trim and the illustrious painting of President Washington. I agree with the Bird that the lecturn is exquisite.Bises,Genie
The room is elegant! I really like the look. Happy birthday, George! It's hard to believe that you'd be 279 years old today!
Look at that room. Absolutely stunning. A great portrait too. Nicely done, Jack.
That is a very grand room. This has nothing to do with anything, but I love the yellow wall color. We decided not to go to the Wadswroth because we would feel deprived that so many of the permanent collection is in storage. They have a nice smattering of great artists - O'Keefee, Hopper and some contemporary works. I wonder how long the renovations will take?
Very stately looking room. I really like the way the painting and windows are framed with the columns!
Love that yellow, wonderful room. I hope you'll show us more.I'm used to seeing him. He's on the Washington flag and I'm usually in WA. about twice a year!
Nice shot - love the colours and that wood is beautiful!
What a beautiful, elegant room. And the portrait is grand enough to do it justice.
If today were "George Washington theme day," then you'd get an A++ for his photo! Handsome snap of our first president!Happy Birthday, George!
What a beautiful wall!
Gosh, Jack...you've outdone yourself! I hope the HDP mgt rewards you nicely. The lighting in this is lovely. I love the feather which draws one's eyes up to the canary yellow walls and Washington's portrait framed between two pillars. L.D. mentioned a good Washinton biography on SDP yesterday. I'm going to have to hunt it down.
This is a fabulous photo and room. I'm with Birdman, I love the lecturn and gavel....
I love how this painting dominates this photo. What a great room.
Jack, I just left Genie's blog, thinking that she had posted something new since my last visit and read your comment. On you, trousers with a "full break" would look divine!!
Nice shot Jack, I like the colors. It looks like it would be an interesting place to take a look around.
A lovely room
Wonderful compostion, you have captured the grandness of the room.☼ Sunny
Wow that yellow would sure keep you awake!
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