An exploration of the Chattahoochee Valley through the camera lens. The tri-city community consists of Phenix City, Alabama; Columbus, Georgia; and Fort Benning, Georgia. I hope you enjoy your visit.
Well, that's rather sad. I wonder if they plan to cut some trees down or lop 'em off a bit? It's a beautiful tower; reminds me of one in Duluth, Minnesota.Thanks for your kind comments. Here's a link to a photo of our Haley:http://ocaladailyphoto.blogspot.com/2009/07/haley.htmlAnd you have a wonderful weekend, too!
Lol. It's a lovely building though, I like it very much!
It's lovely! You know I love old stone buildings. The place can do without the TV tower, but I don't mind the trees at all. Guess it can't really be called an observation tower anymore.
Hilda, I don't mind the trees either. I am sure they could have found another location for the TV tower, but I am sure the proximity to Birmingham was a factor in placement.
Jacob, I was looking thru your Minnesota portfolio and saw the tower photo you spoke of. Similar in size and color. I also checked out your Haley. She's a nice looking dog. I love golden retrievers.
What a lovely building. We don't have enough stone to have structures like this so they always appeal to me.
Love the color in this shot! It is gorgeous! And I am with you on the placement of the tower. They put it slap dab in front of the best part of the view. What is wrong with those people? No doubt, a man did it. If a woman had been there, it would look very different, believe you me!
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