Thursday, September 17, 2009

Don't you take pictures from the dentist office?

This may not be of interest to anyone, but I just couldn't resist snapping a couple of pictures while I was in the dentist's waiting room of the architecture of the next building.  I have no idea how old the building is, but I'm always amazed at the detail and every time I visit the dentist I think I'd really like to take a picture of that.  ...besides no one was there and it passed a bit of time :o)



Until next time...

10 comments:

Terry said...

Wow! That's an amazing building! The view from my dentist's office is of a block wall! Not quite as nice as your view! :0)

jodi @ Pleasant Home said...

Can I come visit you? Wow. What a gorgeous view. ;o)

Sarah Jayne said...

I'm sure that's near the museum in Warwick? Am I right?
I've got the dentist tomorrow - had half a tooth fall out yesterday - ouch!
Beautiful building.

Needled Mom said...

What a gorgeous building!! Great pictures too.

Thimbleanna said...

Oooh, that's beautiful architecture, but what about that fabulous looking shop on the bottom? Have you ever been in there???

YankeeQuilter said...

Trust me the architecture here is nothing like that! sigh....

chris said...

Hey jane
Its an original Boots (the chemist) building designed by Jessie Boots, his wife. There are others around the country, but its one of my favourite buildings in town too. Chris

Lynda said...

Looking up in a town is always amazing! Imagine deciding to have this built, and saying, well, I want some extra pillars on the second floor, with acanthus leaves around the bottom, and of course little circles carved in stone every now and then, and a curved top to the roof with a Prince of Wales' feather in metal!

Rachel said...

Wow - that's definitely not what I see when I look out the window at the dentist's office. What a beautiful building. And the little shop looks cute, too!

Isn't it amazing where we can find inspiration!

Kim said...

What a fun name for a coffee shop, too! You have the best architecture where you live!