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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Balcony Seating

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Downtown Charlottesville

Linking with Our World Tuesday

30 comments:

  1. Wonderful spot to watch the world go by!

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  2. Been to Charlottesville once... looking at UVA with young son. What a campus!

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  3. Your photo has fine symmetry and balance with that great tile work.

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  4. Gee! And I thought I new C-ville pretty well.

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  5. How stunning it is! Someday I'm going to see that town.

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  6. Wow that's quite a balcony!
    P.s. I was watching news the other night and there was a bit about an incident in Roanoke, they were asking people's views, you weren't on telly were you, lady looked just like you Tanya :)

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  7. Wow that's quite a balcony!
    P.s. I was watching news the other night and there was a bit about an incident in Roanoke, they were asking people's views, you weren't on telly were you, lady looked just like you Tanya :)

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    1. lol nope, wasn't me! so i have a twin in roanoke!!

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  8. I LOVE the stained glass decoration! Exactly where is this? I would like to snap it, we go there usually once a week. How did I miss it?

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    1. this is on the opposite side of the theatre...heading towards campus...if i remember correctly it was right near the post i showed last week of the construction barricades that people had written little chalk messages?

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  9. P.S. The building almost looks like marble.

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  10. Delightful and creative shot of the 'balcony' ~

    Happy Week to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  11. That's absolutely lovely. It has a real southern charm (here we'd say Mediterranean!)

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  12. A interesting and lovely place!

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  13. That's beautiful! I don't know about sitting there...

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  14. Very beautiful! I don't know if I could sit there because I'm deathly afraid of heights and that table looks awfully close to the edge!

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  15. Amazingly beautiful architecture! Love it!

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  16. Virginia is for Photographers ... your pics are always fun to see.

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