I sure missed a lot of detail when I was there! Great photo!
In addition to the chandeliers you have the brick work in the background as well as an archway.
I always love your photos, Kate. This one is especially appealing to me. I don't know if it is the shape of the fixtures or the lighting...but I love it.
I must say, despite our proximity being so close to each other, I find your photo blog to be a learning experience more times often then not. Your last three days are yet another example of something I was not aware of in St Paul.
ces chandeliers sont magnifiques. belle photo these candlesticks are splendid. beautiful photograph.
Kate, I visited St Paul via Google Earth today. I didn't know it was so big! The layout reminds me of Portland with the big river running through the city, lots of bridges to cross the river and islands in the river. One bar with a funny name caught my attention... Beer Bellys. heh
Kate! wow - wonderful soft colors this is a beautifully shaped lighting unit - you chose an excellent subject for this photo!
this photo caught my attention at city portal - Lovely!
Oh, isn't it so beautiful!
What an elegant object!I like vary calm neutral tone of this image.
Lovely, lovely and lovely. These are just wonderful.. Hmmm wonder if I can think of any other words to use. Great image with the bricks in the background.. :)
and, on this election day, let freedom ring out too!
Very eye-catching and well composed.
beautiful!!! and your new profile photo is cool!
Dear Kate:We, human beings, are always looking for light. I like those lamps, I like you light.Greetings from a peruvian in Barcelona
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Hi there Kate, thanks for checking out San Antonio DP. I like your shot of the chandeliers a lot. People are right, the lighting on it is very nice.
that's a truly beautiful chandelier Kate and 'coincidently' goes well with the fact from 1889.
I was drawn into this photo at the daily city portal, so lovely. Thanks for stopping by my site, and I don't know the Dec. 1 theme!
ah, st. paul should be the city of lights....and quite nice ones at that.
All my blogger friends, I am so pleased that you find these lights attractive. It's amazing how the building has been transformed inside from the former hotel. A truly historical building.
Superb photo indeed!
Great shot Kate, a very picturesque set of lights.
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