A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida (Naples) and southwest Connecticut (Ridgefield) and New England and other places he goes.
I don't do windows! At least these bottom two... whew!
A wonderful architecture, and certainly very interesting things to see inside!PS: In France we have two kinds of beach: public beaches, where everyone comes free, with or without umbrellas of any kinds, and private beaches , where you pay to enter and where you rent your umbrella, your place, have a bar, food, etc.. When umbrellas are all the same in perfect ranks, that's a private beach.
It's a homey building for a museum. I agree with your point about the Indians.
Wonderful old building. I like that side bay window with the ledge, I'm sure it must be a window seat. My imagination runs wild... like the river and the indians.
What a beautiful building, Jack!
You got that right Jack! This is a beautiful old building though.
Excellent point about Native Americans, and mother nature. Looking at the Grand Canyon, no one would ever say the history of the Colorado River is measured in hundreds of years.
Very good observation. So much of our history happened before records were ever kept. Lovely museum building.
Is it a question of what came first the 'chicken or the egg' Jack!!
Lovely old building and I, too, do so agree with you about the native Americans! Hope your week is off to a great start, Jack!Sylvia
A very beautiful facade in this building!Léia
Love these old buildings in your town. How lovely!
Now that would be an interesting place to visit.
Great perspective both in photo and in words, Jack.I loved your "rowing practice" post - fabulous!!Bises,Genie
Whoever's counting the years and history, this is still a beautiful building.
It's a beautiful (very white) building! I agree with your commentary at the bottom of the post.
It's a lovely house but yes, what happened to the rest of the million years?P.S.: Malyss is referring to the South of France/Mediterranean. I don't know that there are real private beaches on the Channel or North Atlantic coasts... there the beaches are for everyone and have easy access!
Fabulous New England building!
Such a pretty building, lovely blue sky...I love the jaunty angle of the shot.Good point indeed on the sign...maybe a recommended alternative would be 425 years of written history (since they must change that number every year!)
I would love to visit that museum. I went to a girls' school (now co-ed) that was situated on the Connecticut River. :)
What lovely detailing on this building.
Lovely museum. History has to be written by someone, even by the wrong someone, and has to leave something behind, so where is the problem?
A beautiful building and a good point made by you.
Wonderful atmosphere to that museum - how I would love to visit a place like that - so... much history!
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