Wreaths and bows were not the only thing I saw yesterday while walking around Lebanon. Lebanon is full of neat shops and old buildings. Folks come from all around to visit the antique shops and eat a bite at the famous Golden Lamb. It is indeed one of Ohio’s best small towns.
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You´re an amazing photographer.
Great photo’s, interesting perspective!
The rusting roof has great color contrasts and good arcs. Very nice.
Thanks. It didn’t really fit in with the rest of the area which is why my eyes were drawn to it.
If I didn’t love Montgomery, Texas so much I’d want to have a house in Lebanon, Ohio. I love the pictures you send from there! Thanks so much!
Thanks Shelia. Where in Texas is Montgomery?
Montgomery is about 30 miles northwest of the Intercontinental Airport in Houston. Population 489. The rural roads I love to travel in Grimes and Montgomery Counties remind me so much of your pictures of Lebanon, Ohio.
I love the style of the architecture. It has this nice, rustic theme no modern style can give. 🙂
Love how colourful this collection is!
Thanks 🙂 🙂
I think your photos are lovely; they exude stillness and quiet and are beautifully lit. Can I just say, though, I think the thick black borders don’t do them justice! Something less heavy would detract less 🙂 Jane
Thanks Jane. 🙂
Seth: Great captures…beautiful color!
Thanks so much. 🙂
Love the fabulous color that enhances each of these shots! Thanks for sharing a place I’ve never visited, but now want to! htpp://ohtheplaceswesee.com
Nice eye for detail. I forget to do that sometimes when I’m out and about with my camera. You remind me that there is ALWAYS something interesting to photograph.
Thanks Carol. I have to remind myself that often.
Colorful!!! Awesome clicks!!!
Thank you Rexlin Victor.
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You are too kind. Thank you!
Seth your photos are amazing!! You should come to the country Lebanon and take some pictures 🙂
I would love to. I’ve heard some great things about the people there. 🙂
Very nice, Seth. Merry Christmas!
Lovely work! Thanks for visiting my blog.
Excellent! Love the glimpses of architecture!
Thank you Elizabeth.
I don’t know how you always find a way to bring out the best color of blue! Can you give me your link again on how to get the calendars?
Thanks. It’s http://cafepress.com/SethSnap
The color contrasts with the B&W are very, very nice.
Thank you David.
I think you could photograph a toilet and it’d come out awesome.
Well, I don’t know about that but thanks. 🙂
Your knack for these pastel shades is astonishing, I would love to see how you work.
Thanks. Come to Ohio, I’ll show you. 🙂
Love the Lebanese style! 😉
Thanks ferrero. 🙂
I went to Linden Hall in Lititz in 1964, & just this week was watching Amish Mafia and having a flashback? these are a great reminder.
You are welcome. 🙂 Thanks for the visit.
Wonderful colours in your photographs – I like colour!!
Suzy, thanks so much.
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The colors in these pictures are so vibrant!
Loved this virtual view of Lebanon, a place I have never visited.
It’s an interesting place, you should come visit. Thanks!
On our list:) Will check in with you before making plans. Thanks,
Wonderful images, each of them has its own story to tell …
Thanks Broken Sparkles. 🙂
loving the colourful clock tower x
Kay, t hanks! I though it was interesting too.
Ah, Lebanon, Ohio…still just a state away. But PA’s Lebanon is similar.
Interesting. Which part of PA is Lebanon in?
South west. Famous for Lebanon bologna
Not just tall tales, but the real beef!
About an hour from Lancaster – family member used to work in the town.
These are gorgeous… the details, color, the character of the place is captured so beautifully.
Thanks Denise. Glad you like them.
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Very best wishes
You are too kind. Thanks so much Mary.
great pictures, so artistic 🙂
I love the stars! My favorite of this batch of pictures.
Thanks again. )
Breathtaking! I love the colours and the unusual framing and the angles of some of the shots. Very cool!
thanks, glad you like them. :)l
A beautiful place that deserves to be on vacation schedules! Thanks!
Agree. Thanks for your visit and comment.