Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Another picture of the Carnegie building

Click here for the Terrell Tribune's story about the Terrell Photo Walk on July 18th. This is the same story that ran in Sundays print edition. You can register for the Photo Walk by clicking the Terrell banner to the right or by clicking here.

Below is a building that has been featured here quite a few times. If you click the picture to enlarge you might be able to see a few stars in the clear blue sky.



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12 comments:

B Squared said...

Great contrast. Very impressive.

Olivier said...

belle photo de fin de soirée. Il me fait vraiment penser a un temple.
nice photograph of end of the party. It really makes me think has a temple.

Jacob said...

Excellent shot, Jim...almost looks surreal in the night light against that blue sky!

Rambling Round said...

The deep blue sky makes a stunning backdrop for this building, Jim.

alicesg said...

The familar building again. It looked so beautiful at this angle. Looked like a painting.

Hilda said...

Wonderful photo of a magnificent building! That sky is just awesome!

JM said...

This is such a wonderful photo that makes the building look like a model. Well done!

Jim, one of the CDP bloggers is missing! Please visit my page. Thank you.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

cool! been to long since I've been here!

Mo said...

Wow that is a cool blue

Lynette said...

Oh, Jim. My favorite building in Terrell, at night! I'm in awe once again of it and your photographs of it. Thanks!

AVCr8teur said...

Beautiful evening photo and I can see the stars. You've got a good camera. I'm registered for the Photo Walk too.

Small City Scenes said...

Super shot. I remember you used to have that building as your header. I like it. MB