Here are my final entries for Becky’s June Squares; the roofs at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC and the Mormon Temple in Salt Lake City, Utah. Coincidentally we are currently looking at bids on a new roof for our house but I don’t think it will end up looking anything like these. For more on Becky’s June Squares go to An official residence
Today, for Becky’s June Squares, I’ve chosen two unusual conservatory roofs, one at the Domes in Milwaukee and the other at the San Antonio Botanical Gardens in Texas.
For more on Becky’s June Squares go to There is only a week left!
This week, Cee is looking for Horizontal Lines for her Fun Foto Challenge and glancing through the photo files I see that we encountered quite a few on our recent trip to Texas. The first image was captured as we went across the bridge over the Mississippi River in Cairo, Illinois.
Waves and ripples in the sand at East Beach in Galveston, Texas.
A view of McGovern Centennial Gardens in Houston, Texas.
A series of steps along the Riverwalk in San Antonio, Texas.
For more on Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge go to Horizontal Line(s)
It’s been a while since I came across any doors impressive enough to post on Norm’s Thursday Doors, but this one definitely deserves a mention. The entrance to the church at The Alamo in San Antonio, Texas.
For more on Thursday Doors go to Thursday Doors – June 21, 2018
This week’s entry for Becky’s June Squares features some interesting roofs that we discovered while visiting Texas last week. The first is at The Bishop’s Palace in Galveston; the second is in McGovern Centennial Gardens in Houston; and the third is at the Miller Outdoor Theater in Hermann Park, Houston.
More about our Texas trip in upcoming posts. For more on Becky’s June Squares go to Algarvian Roofs
My next entry for Becky’s June Squares is the ornate roof at the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir in Bartlett, Illinois. And yes, the sky really was that blue!
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My second entry for Becky’s June Squares is the distinctive roof at the Milwaukee Art Museum in Wisconsin.
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