Saturday, June 7, 2008

Another Quiet Place

It's summer, and Selma's courtyards draw me like a magnet. This one is at the Performing Arts Center, and I briefly enjoyed its calm and quiet last Sunday during the big birthday party for Kathryn Tucker Windham. I don't think many people who came from outside Selma were even aware of this neat little retreat. Naturally, I took pictures!

9 comments:

Jim said...

Nice place to relax and regroup.

Rose said...

That does look inviting!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Boy this is good and it is getting close to the way things are done around temples in Japan. It needs to have more air flow and then it would be perfect. Nice photography.

marley said...

What a great little spot for chilling out :)

Ms. Hays said...

Very pretty picture - If only this was in my back yard, I'd retreat there to read and as Jim said, 'relax and regroup'

Dina said...

And is that a madrone or manzanita with its bark peeling on the right of the picture?! After I posted on the Israeli variety of Arbutus http://jerusalemhillsdailyphoto.blogspot.com/2008/06/ktalav-revisited.html
suddenly I find them everywhere in world blogs!
Enjoy your quiet places. They are a blessing.

Rambling Round said...

Dina, I believe that tree is probably a crepe myrtle. We have lots of theme here, and the bark peels.

Alexander said...

Yes that is a nice place.

Alexander
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Alex Mazilu said...

great shot