Beautiful and typical postcard of America. Happiness of Antonio.
Beautiful composition of the Botanist's corner.Antonio.
Originally built to house the congregation of First Baptist Church of Beaumont Texas, the building was later donated to the City of Beaumont to use as a Public Library.
It is now used as "The Tyrrell Historical Library" and is a research library and archive for genealogy and for Texas history, particularly Southeast Texas.
The Shelbyville Methodist church is one of the oldest congregations in the state of Texas. Some of Texas founding fathers attended this very small and very rural church.
The picture was taken on Rt 666 near Four Corners.
Four Corner is where Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah meet. It is truly representative of the kind of scenery you see in the American West.
The modern Egypt?, jejeje. Nice photo. Regards from Spain, Antonio.
Seeing your photographies, the cities where you have done them, they me sound very much to Movies that I have seen in Spain, of the American West. Has not this house gone out in any movie?. Brave for the capture. Congratulations of Antonio.
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Very nice light and composition
Regards from Spain
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love unusual natural scenery. good shot.