Providence, the capital city of the teeny state of Rhode Island in the United States. Lemme share this little city with you as well as prepare myself to remember it before I leave it after my college graduation...

Friday, March 31, 2006

State Capital

What's a state capital city without the State House Building?

I apologise for the 'crap' in the foreground - I was in a hurry to be somewhere else, but the blue sky and bright sunlight just convinced me that I had to take the photo right then! Maybe I should go in and tour the place before I leave this summer. I've been to the state house building in Lansing, MI which was pretty nice!


Blogger chris.h. said...

Andy,welcome to the daily photo world.Look forward to seeing your photos.I have linked you.

1:43 AM

Blogger Kris said...

i didnt notice the 'crap' until you mentioned it ..Lol! makes it interesting ;)

4:45 AM

Blogger Nicola said...

The white building against the blue sky looks great!

7:25 AM

Blogger Jenny said...

Hi Lumin...thanks for posting on my blog! I enjoy yours as well! I've visited Providence a few times (my husband went to Brown) and think it's a cool city!

7:55 AM

Blogger Rob said...

Hi, nice building and blue sky. I don't mind the stuff in the foreground. Raises the question of what you leave in and take out.

9:45 AM

Blogger Adam Lee Dalziel said...

That building looks amazing! in a typical architectural style of american governmental buildings.

11:47 AM

Blogger Karine said...

Welcome to the daily blog family. Nice shot and interesting capitol building. Maybe a couple of shots from the inside could be nice too, if allowed of course.

11:54 AM

Blogger Eric said...

Hello Andy,

Did not have the time to greet you properly on your first day among the city daily photo bloggers yet so I do it today.

After only 4 posts I feel this is going to be a great DP...

Welcome to the family Andy!

3:13 PM

Blogger perle de rosée said...

Welcome to the daily photgraphers.
Your town is a nice town.

7:20 PM

Blogger Grant F said...

the crap in the foreground just sets a nice contrast to the lovely building behind. as adam says, it's a very american government building.

12:26 AM


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