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Thursday, March 26, 2015

Signs, Signs & A Good Fence W/Ozzy

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Downtown Charlottesville...
I always get excited when I see an old theatre!
"Following its Thanksgiving Eve 1931 opening, The Paramount became a landmark overnight. Even though the theater came along during the decline of the American movie palace, and two years after the stock market crash of 1929, The Paramount thrived.' For more on the Paramount and its history, visit their website HERE

Linking with Signs, Signs

Now for a fence closer to home:
Took Ozzy for a walk at Greenfield here in Botetourt. If you want to see more walks here just type in "Greenfield" in the search bar up top. Linking with Good Fences

*All these were taken earlier in the month. There is not a speck of snow left anywhere!



29 comments:

  1. That's a pretty fence scene
    with lots of sun and a dash of snow :))
    Have a fine day
    【ツ】Knipsa

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  2. I love the old theatre qne also the lovely fence in the last shot making wonderful shadows

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  3. Charming about the theater and I love the fence shot.

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  4. we have rain here. never been to the theater. always on the news. ( :

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  5. I see rests of snow... hope, the spring will be with you.
    Nice theatre and the fence is really a great shot with the shadows and the trees and the dog - a well balanced composition!

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  6. Great job with the old theater, Tanya. We attended one of these last summer in Montana in a little town. It was fun to visit.

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  7. More lovely buildings! And what an awesome fence! Beautiful day, and the shadow pattern on the grass is great! Bet Ozzy enjoyed his walk too.

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  8. love ozzy walking the 'zipper' line. :) great old theater, too!

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  9. I like the old theater, quaint little area it is, and love seeing your pup stopping to check out the cool shadow fence! Hehehe!

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  10. I love the shadows of the fence and I think Ozzie does, too! :-)

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  11. We have a theater similar to that one. Love the fence shadows!

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  12. Terrific pics of the old theater, but that fence picture is superb!

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  13. The old theatre certainly appeals to me!

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  14. I have been to all these places in Charlottesville, yet never thought to take pictures. Yours are wonderful, especially the entrance to the Paramount. I love how Ozzy is looking straight down that big long shadow!

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  15. That is a great looking old theater. Love your fence shot. The criss-cross design is neat.

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  16. Nice to see the Banff Mountain Film Festival in your area. Beautiful street scenery. And love that fence with the dog.

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  17. Love the theater shots for "signs" and the fence with shadows is very cool, too.

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  18. I also am a fan of old theaters. Are you familiar with Galax, VA and the Rex Theater where they have bluegrass and mountain music concerts? We used to go often when we had our cabin in Fancy Gap. That is an awesome pic of that great fence and shadow!

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  19. The old theatre certainly looks well preserved. The shadow cast by the fence is making a pathway to the tree. Great photos

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  20. Great old theater, we once had a Paramount. Now it's a parking lot full of potholes. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  21. ooooooo a wonderful fence capture.

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  22. Your Theater photos have completely captured my imagination . . .
    nice . . .

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  23. Excellent shadows of the fence!

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  24. I also love old theatres - they have comfort and style.

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