Did I read this right, it's in a cemetery and concerts used to be held in it? What an unusual location, but since I have always enjoyed prowling cemeteries, I approve! Looks like a quaint little structure!
Those were the days of wide flowing gowns, bonnets, umbrellas and men wearing spats, top hats and three piece suits. What has changed?I can imagine the place has to be cleaned up before it can be used. Pigeons make a mess, but it is as natural as can be.
Kate, that's what the cemetery history says! I think concerts should resume this spring!
Abe, it usually looks very nice and I'm told the house is used for storage now.
Love the picture. The old building is so "cute" and handsome, especially with the wrap-around porch & roof gables on all 3 or 4 sides. The backdrop of the old oaks & spanish moss doesn't hurt either !Please take more pictures of all those beautifual historic structures there in Selma.
Ah, let's see; because pigeons fly over it? Looks like a lovely kind of structure for any city.
Oh, I love it...
I meant to add that I love wrap-around porches!
Whatever its name, it's such a charming little place!
It's lovely and I also like the hanging Spanish Moss!
Concerts at the Spring House sound lovely, I can imagine a string quartet and maybe the sound of crickets. :-)
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