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  • Monday, June 1, 2009

    That's My World Tuesday; Ohio's capital part 2

    I seem to forget not everyone see things the same way. Here's the front of the
    capital. This was taken on High Street.








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    15 comments:

    Sylvia K said...

    Great shots of the capital building! Thanks for sharing a corner of your world! Have a great week!

    janice said...

    Thanks Sylvia, I'll make my way to your corner of the world too. I'm making my way through the list, LOL.

    Barb said...

    My good friend here in Breckenridge once lived in Canton. I also read some other Ohio blogs - I see Columbus is an interesting area,too!

    Wren said...

    I like the way you used two different views of the same building.

    janice said...

    I relocated here 2 years ago from Cleveland, I'm beginning to like it but C-Land has my heart.

    Canton, the home of the American "Football Hall of Fame".

    Since I have a son I've been there may times, LOL.

    Thanks for stopping by Barb!

    janice said...

    Thanks Wren, it makes it a little more clear what I was trying to capture.

    Enjoy your week and thanks for stoppin' by!

    BPOTW said...

    Such a stately building, as it should be. Great composition on your shots.

    ewok1993 said...

    Fine building to house stare proceedings.

    SandyCarlson said...

    That's an interesting building. Must be really something from the inside, too.

    Guy D said...

    Beautiful. Great shot of the capitol building.

    Have a great week
    Guy
    Regina In Pictures

    Martha Z said...

    Great shot, that is an unusual dome on your capital.

    Maria said...

    Great picture of the capitol, Janice!
    Thanks for stopping by!

    Hilda said...

    The tower is quite unique — I've always just seen domes in U.S. state capitol buildings.

    Pierre said...

    An interesting pic of the Capital - many thanks for sharing it!

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