Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Wordless Wednesday....Monticello










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31 comments:

  1. Love your pictures! I am envious of your skill! They are always so beautiful and have a great perspective. My favorite is the bottom picture. Love the view from that basement window!

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  2. beautiful! I love that beautiful building.

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  3. It is a beautiful building in a beautiful setting.

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  4. Hey! I've been there. Great pics! Happy WW.

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  5. My in-laws actually live on the other side of Afton Mountain, so I've been to Monticello quite a few times.

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  6. WOW! Those are gorgeous shots. Love them!

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  7. I just read about Monticello in Bill Bryson's new book, At Home, so I was quite interested to see these photos. It is a very striking house. I bet you would really appreciate Bryson's writing about it!

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  8. Oh WOW!!! as an architect, I have always wanted to visit Monticello.

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  9. an architect should!

    it is a beautiful house, but I never remember that it is not as large or as grand as one might think it would be.

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  10. What a great bunch of shots. Beautiful.

    Have a terrific day. :)

    Wordless Wednesday

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  11. Looks like the kind of place I want to live. Gorgeous!

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  12. A marvelous place, to be sure. Jefferson was a genius.

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  13. I spent a moment looking at the sign wondering why I knew of Monticello, but remembered as soon as I saw the house. Let's just say, American History is not big on the syllabus in Oz, but I have seen "John Adams" :D

    Happy WW!

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  14. Love the shots. Beautiful place. TFS. Happy WW!

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  15. If that's a house, I want to live in there. Happy WW!

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  16. Very stately everything seems to be impeccably manicured. Happy WW

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  17. thanks for sharing more of this magnificent monument! Love that arched window! ~Faythe

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  18. lovely captures. the last shot is my favourite.

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  19. Beautiful series. I really should drive down there one day and see it in person. You have captured the beauty of the estate well.

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  20. Definitely one of those, I'd like to go there, places! Have a lovely WW!

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  21. Putting it on my list of places to visit someday. Beautiful pictures!

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  22. How funny, my parents were just there yesterday and sent similar photos this morning. Looks like a beautiful place to visit.

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  23. Ohhhhhhh. This is one of my favourite places. Lovely lovely photos!

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  24. Great pictures, I espcially like the view one with the mountians in the background...

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  25. so many people have never been there, to Thomas Jefferson's house...I need to organize a bus trip! lol

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  26. Wow such beautiful colors! And I love the last one with the window.

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  27. I've always wanted to go to Monticello...one day I'll make it, but for now this picture tour is great!

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  28. Oooh, Monticello! That's the one (relatively) local spot I haven't visited. Great photos, and looks like a wonderful place to see!

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  29. It is beautiful and the window shot is great. Well done, Caite.

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  30. I've never been to Monticello. Thanks so much for the tour. Early autumn seems like the perfect time of year to view it, somehow.

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