Time stands still in this picture. Magnificent.
Stunning in contrasts WOW
Very interesting. Nice.
Being a true southern girl I love Confederate statues! You really captured the wind blowing in those flags.I have learned to delete on Mr. Linky so I got the other name off.
I love history - and this is a wonderful shot of the past and present!
I like this one. So much and so pretty
The gray sky compliments the statue and the flags are beautiful against it. I like your Courthouse pictures also, it is a pretty building. I posted pictures of our courthouse not long ago if you would care to look at them.
I know that i am definitely going to have to come to your part of the country someday. Very nice post
Looks like a cold, windy day?
It looks like more than just a storm brewing! Great shot!
all the sudden I want to sing Stormy weather Awesome colors such a nice sky watch week
Nice shot from your part of the world. :)
Great photo, well done...
Nice photo and statue!
Colour or B&W this would look good, and it's always a pleasure to see flags fly against the sky..
He sure doesnt look nervous, I bet he's seem a lot of storms .. its a good contrast .. nice composition!
I feel it brewing.My Skywatch
Wow I hope you survived this storm!!this is such a GREAT sky! Welldone:)Come and see my DUTCH skywatch,and listen to my favorite music while watching...Greetings JoAnnEnjoy your weekend:)
Great statue - I love the contrast the flags add - great eye for a great photo!
Nice capture. Where do you live?
Nice Statue. Happy skywatch!
Jean,That's a nice civil war statue. Cobb County doesn't have any like that, that I can remember, like in a park, etc... However, there are 4 huge ones that are indoors at the southern Museam of Locomotive and Civil War History in Kennesaw. I'll have to post a pic of them soon.This photo looks good with the flags and the grey skies.
Even with gray skies, the flag flies proudly!
Jean,I bet the statue-guy is facing North. I think the statues are made to face their enemies.
You lose the bet on the old Confederate gentleman, Eddie. He's facing east, with his back to West Street. Maybe he's watching to see if Sherman turns back southwest from Savannah.
He looks like he is preparing his sleeves for the big blow that is coming! Love the clouds and statue together there. My Sky Watch is here!
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