Thursday, February 28, 2013

Thursday's Inspiration: Architecture

Because I love houses and interesting buildings (especially old buildings) I guess you could say I love architecture.  I was excited that Mary at Little Red House chose architecture as her cue for this week's Thursday's Inspiration.  I have a lot of existing pictures to choose from; and since I haven't had a chance to go anywhere this week to take new pictures, I'm sharing a few from the archives today.


Conservatory and greenhouse in Reynolda Gardens, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
"Historic Reynolda Gardens"




Julius I. Foust Building -- University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Tulip Grove Plantation -- Nashville, Tennessee.
"Tulip Grove Plantation"



Aycock Auditorium -- University of North Carolina at Greensboro
"Winter Concert at UNCG"



Aycock Auditorium -- University of North Carolina at Greensboro
"Winter Concert at UNCG"



Flat Top Manor -- Moses H. Cone Memorial Park, Blowing Rock, North Carolina
Finding Mitford, Part 2



Apothecary Shop -- Old Salem
"Old Salem, North Carolina"

If you need some fresh inspiration for your photography, I hope you'll visit Thursday's Inspiration at Little Red House to see other bloggers' architecture photos.  Have a great day!

Denise

12 comments:

  1. Enjoyed all your photos. I was very intrigued with the arched dormer windows on Moses Cone house and amazed that I didn't notice that feature when we've been there -- maybe there was too much else to see.

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  2. Love your photos. I love architecture and you have a great eye for great examples. The ceiling in the auditorium is very interesting. I will check out Thursday's inspiration.

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  3. These are all wonderful photos. I love old buildings and architecture. Pamela

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  4. My dream conservatory at the top Denise. Each photo has something architecturally different and interesting. Thanks for sharing the places you've been.
    Judith

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  5. Beautiful...I have yet to visit the Reynolda ... have to take the time to do that... I heard it was wonderful...

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  6. Beautiful architecture in this conservatory. Lovely capture too. My sister lives in North Carolina, and I find that there is so many interesting buildings.

    Karen

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  7. Beautiful photos, as always. Flat Top Manor, one of my faves.

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  8. Oh what beautiful examples of architecture! I love old buildings so much -- the attention to detail is amazing. Thanks so much for contributing to Thursday's Inspiration. xoxo

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  9. Beautiful inspiration photos. There is so many buildings that have such wonderful architecture. The conservatory is my fav. Hope you are having a good week-end.

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  10. Denise, I like your new header. So professional!

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  11. Love that wonderful little window in the dormer most of all. We have window dormers, but ours are bor-ing.

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  12. Oh I am sucking in my breath with delight! How gorgeous!

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