Thursday, July 23, 2009

Waiting at the theater


Both the Spanish Springs and Lake Sumter Landing downtowns have nice theaters. I spotted this lady waiting at the Spanish Springs theater. I don't know if she had seen a movie and was waiting for a ride home, or if she was waiting for someone to join her for a theatrical presentation.

Whatever the situation, it's a comfortable place to wait.

15 comments:

Hilary said...

That's just a beautiful photo.. great lines, colours and texture..

Vogon Poet said...

Great image, I really like the ironwork. Is she the wife of the gentleman on the corner of a couple of days ago?

Cezar and Léia said...

wow I do love these details and all colours!The lines are gorgeous!
Wonderful picture!
Well done, Jacob!
Léia

Bonjour Luxembourg

joo said...

Gorgeous place, I could wait there even for Godot:)
Have a nice day:)

Jacob said...

@ Vogon Poet...no, I don't think so. And I never did see if someone picked her up or she went to the movies with a friend...

Dianne said...

the iron work is astounding!!
if you have to wait it is best to be surrounded by beauty

JM said...

It's so interesting to see a theater building which is totally different from ours!

westondailyphoto said...

love the iron design....

Leif Hagen said...

Wonderful railing - very intricate! Looks like Swedish ELCA handiwork! Lois Anne sure is patient to wait for you on the bench so calmly. (But she's probably thinking - "Darn it Jake, hurry up or we'll miss the movie!!")

Allison said...

You bloggers...it's all about getting the next perfect shot! And we patient wives and assistants just sit and wait and wait and wait and wait...

I really do love all the wrought iron that seems to be in your area. It's beautiful! It would be a nice touch somewhere in "Orchidville" right Safe Leif??

Jacob, enjoy your weekend!

Daryl said...

All the lovely wrought iron everywhere adds to the feeling that it might be Spain ... she picked a nice shady spot to wait

Jacob said...

@ Allison - those also serve who sit and wait!

Jacob said...

@ Daryl - this hometown is name Spanish Springs and everything has a Spanish motif...I think...or a Disneyesque interpretation of a Spanish motif...

Asta said...

Hi Jacob,

Onece again: This is magnificant. I like all the little details in this picture. The benches are fantastic. And the frames for the posters. ...

Best regards
Asta

m_m said...

I like the metal ornaments!