Sunday, April 3, 2011

Architectural Beauty

The earth is the LORD's, and the fulness thereof;
the world, and they that dwell therein.
Psalms 24:1

I am constantly amazed at all the beauty around me.
When I see beautiful old buildings I always wonder how
long it took to build them and I also wonder about the
people involved...their families etc.

Doesn't this gorgeous photo remind you of somewhere
in France?
I was out and about taking a few photos in a local town
this past week and could not wait to share them
with you.
{hope no one was inside watching me. lol.}

Wisteria vines that I hope will be laden with blossoms
soon because I will be checking back in a few weeks.

I hope you enjoy your Sunday and all the beauty that
the Lord has surrounded us with.

Blessings~

9 comments:

Marydon said...

Sweet Sandi, you find the most beautiful things to share & the messages are so full of warmth ... this is absolutely gorgeous, love the vines entwined.

Have a beautiful week, my friend.
Happy pink April ~
TTFN ~
Marydon

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Irene said...

I love the wisteria on the walls. Also, have been thinking of window coverings, aren't those unusual.

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Simply beautiful Sandi!... I love old buildings... please be sure to post this again when the Heavenly Wisteria is blooming!... xoxo Julie Marie

Teri Ann said...

Your blog is beautiful! I am new to blogging and found you via Shabby Cats and Roses. I too am a Michigander. I live south of Sutton's Bay. Blogging is sooo much fun, I feel so blessed to be able to share ideas and thoughts with like minded women.
Bless you,
Teri

Teri Ann said...

Hi Sandi,
I love your blog, it is beautiful! I am new to blogging and am loving it! I too am a Michigander! I live just outside of Sutton's Bay. I hope you enjoy your Sunday.
Bless you,
Teri

Donna said...

What beautiful old windows!

sonya said...

Such beautiful old building and windows. The wisteria vines were a plus. Can't wait to see them in bloom.Thank you for sharing these lovely photos.
Hope your SONday was a blessed one.
Hugs,
Sonya

A Cottage Muse said...

Love these photos! I wanted to take photos of the wonderful architecture on all the old buildings in Boston on my rides in and out to the hospital. I was a little side tracked but put the idea on my list of future posts!

vicki said...

Sandi-I am in awe of this gorgeous photography. You have done a magnificent job is showcasing this old building! I can hardly wait to see this with wisteria blooms! Just beautiful! If I had been in a position to take these photos- I would have been so excited!!
Thanks for a beautiful post!
Vicki