Wednesday, April 22, 2015

The Old Live Oak Cemetery Spring House

Old Live Oak Cemetery is a never-ending canvas for artists and photographers,
 and its colors are most beautiful in April.

Behind drapes of Spanish Moss, you see the Spring House or Pigeon House.
 It was here that Memorial Day concerts and programs were held,
 and it is also here where pigeons used to roost in its gables,
 now closed off. Today, it serves as storage. 

Linking to ABC Wednesday where the letter is "O"
Wordless Wednesday

8 comments:

Tanya Breese said...

beautiful...too bad they closed it and using it for storage

Jackie Mc Guinness said...

I so want to spend some time in Alabama exploring.

William Kendall said...

The Spanish Moss is so very Southern.

Jane Hards Photography said...

That's beautiful

carolann said...

Beautiful Oak Tree but in reality I have always been allergic to poison Ivy and Oak trees.

I do like that song back then.

Tie a ribbon around on the old oak tree.

That made up for it.

Susan Bauer said...

Lovely photo. The South is one part of the country that I have missed. Better put it on my Bucket List. Like others, I am sorry this building is now only used for storage.

Roger Owen Green said...

Spanish moss is so cool to look at

ROG, ABCW

Ann said...

OOOOOOOhhh that is so gorgeous.
Ann