Many of you have asked where in the world I've been.

All I know is that after 7 plus years of blogging and a different lappy, which I don’t like, I seem to have lost my blogging fervor.

Someday, when you least expect it, I will post again.

For those of you still waiting I say thank you.

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Sunday, May 1, 2011

Towers in My City


Blue skies and warm temperatures made me want to go out and find towers in my city to share with you.

Saint Lawrence Catholic Church Tower.

Fire Tower at Nepco Lake

Bell Carillon Tower at the Congretational Church

City Clock Tower

And Water Towers

In my city.

Thanks to Unknown Mami for hosting
"Sundays in My City"
To which I am linking this post.



Charlotte said...

You have given me inspiration to walk through my little southern town and take some pictures. I keep telling myself to do it and I think I will today when the 'boys' go to baseball practice. Love the bell tower!

Theresa said...

All different but beautiful against the gorgeous blue sky! Have a blessed Sunday in your City! HUGS!

Formerly known as Frau said...

Great shots! We have a water tower for each little town around. I enjoyed your variety. Have a wonderful Sunday!

Tara R. said...

This is a fun photo collection. The clock tower is very intriguing.

Unknown said...

I like your tower tour! Fun!

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Fun photos and fun party! I like stopping and taking the time to get to know you own town!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Wonderful pictures. Love the towers!

The French Hutch said...

Great pictures, and love the blue sky. You have many interesting towers in your city. I've enjoyed my visit.....
Hope your Sunday is great.

The French Hutch

Anonymous said...

What a great collection, all set against beautiful blue skies.

Great clock tower!

podso said...

Thanks for taking us on a tower tour through your camera eye. Wishing you a wonderful week!

RNSANE said...

Very interesting idea..I'm sure you'll have us all copying you! It's nice to be out and about on a nice sunny day finding new things to photograph!

My "Sundys In My City" is at:

Have a superb week ahead! said...

Who knew WIS has so many impressive towers? Not I. Thanks for the pictures, Keetha.
Be well.

Lisa said...

Great field trip! Thanks! I Loved it!

Beth said...

Keetha, The blue skies are wonderful to see! I enjoyed your towers, especially the church tower. You asked about the tea cup in the garden. Here's how: You'll need cup and saucer, PL 375 Construction adhesive by Loc Tite), 1/2 inch copper plumbing cap and a 5/8 inch dowel. Paint the dowel if desired. Glue cup to saucer. Glue plumbing cap to bottom of saucer, open side down - that is where you will place the dowel (glue it in too). Have fun!
Hugs, Beth

42N said...

Love your theme approach. The Bell Carillon Tower reminds me of the escape system of the Mercury and Apollo capsules. The Saint Lawrence Catholic Church tower looks moorish or turkish in design. Interesting.

Amy DM said...

What a fun tower tour. (try saying that 3 times fast) We often forget to look up, don't we?

Lana Kim White Austin said...

Thank you soooo much for your kind note on my post about my cantando daughter!!!
Your amazing energy and verbosity JUMPED off my computer screen! Such vim and vigor! You are now one of my favorite bloggers and I'm your newest follower! I eagerly anticipate reading through your posts!

Lana In Italy

Anonymous said...

I like the city clock best

Unknown said...

What a great set & fun way to explore the town. Great idea!!

May said...

Keetha, you have quite an assortment of towers in your town!! And yes, it is so true that towers stand out the best against perfect blue skies..:)

Anonymous said...

Whoa! Those are awesome!!

Claudya Martinez said...

I love this series. You came up with a great collection.

VM Sehy Photography said...

Cool tower photos. My favorite is the bell tower for the Congregational Church.