My World Tuesday: Hanging out in Waterbury

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My World Tuesday

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  1. Love the twice as nice sign... I'm assuming they aren't talking about the building... or are they?

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  2. Wow!! Great shots!! And I really love the last one of the corbel!! Fabulous!
    Hugs
    SueAnn

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  3. Anonymous12:42 PM

    The signs in the first one are so intriguing- kept looking at them and just wondering.

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  4. Very hectic weekend so apologies for missing those wonderful photos from the library til now .. and I am mad for the first shot, I can picture that building with the ivy livening it up ...

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  5. I really like that first one!

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  6. We have many walls with the vines creeping down them and it looks so neat when the leaves come on them but interesting with just the vines. You have some very interesting things to photograph in your town!

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  7. I believe those buildings could tell a lot of wonderful stories

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  8. The first shot speaks a lot. Great captures all!

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  9. always something new to see in your area of the world. thanks for sharing.

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  10. Beautiful captures, love the first one :)

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  11. Anonymous3:18 PM

    always nice to see the details. you have to have an eye for it to notice it.

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  12. Great shooting. Especially like the first two.

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  13. I enjoy seeing and photographing architectural details like this. Very nice, Sandy!

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  14. Great shots from your interesting town Sandy.

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  15. I love watching your blog. Being from CT, I enjoy revisiting some site of my youth. I grew up in Harwinton on the Naugatuck River. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. Those are lovely photos Sandy. I have traveled through Connecticut but never stayed long enough to look around. One of these days :)

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  17. aloha sandy,

    thanks for sharing a little bit of your world, it looks like a some beautiful details on that building you captured...those are nice to see isolated like that.

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  18. Two windows instesd of just one. "Twice as Nice"! Love the stone work, seems to last longer...

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  19. Waterbury looks like a place Jack and I should visit someday soon. I like that vine on the building. Looks a little bit like wisteria.

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  20. Wonderful captures, Sandy, as always!! Love the details on the buildings!

    Sylvia

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  21. Great captures. I especially like the last photo.

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  22. Beautiful shots. Love the carvings in the last two.

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  23. I can just see those stone masons carving the finials, corbels etc. Gorgeous work.

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  24. Beautiful World indeed.
    Luiz Ramos

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  25. I especially like the play of light and shadow on the last shot. Very dramatic contrast!

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  26. Excellent all! The last ones lines are stunning!
    KK

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  27. these are truly awesome architecture. i love the detaiols on the last pic. have a blessed lenten season :)

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  28. You have such the eye for interesting stuff. I wander around my town looking at the old details on buildings that are abandoned and I think somebody at some time was worried about what that looked like. So I try and notice things just because at one time decades ago somebody wanted me to.

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  29. Interesting variety of shots there.
    Sydney - City and Suburbs

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  30. Lovely, Sandy




    Aloha from Hawaii!


    Comfort Spiral

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  31. Lovely fragments of your town.

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  32. Great shots of your beautiful world!

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  33. Beautiful photos. thanks for sharing your world :-0

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  34. great pics, sandy :)

    btw, i'm a horse as well...

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  35. I love the way you focus in on certain architectural features. Nicely done, my friend. :)

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  36. the vines are really amazing. i only see those on walls but not on buildings.

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  37. Beautiful buildings, Sandy. You photographed so well the details and the architecture.

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  38. There are so many great buildings there! I love the vines all over the one! I'm sad that we don't put so much effort into our construction nowadays.

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  39. What great images. Love the buildings.

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