Thursday, March 19, 2009

A prominent Regina landmark is the Saskatchewan Legislative Building. Built in 1908, this building is one of the most beautiful in all of Saskatchewan


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9 comments:

Zlaek said...

wah.... what a perspective!
Beauty. Nothing in your blog fails to impress.
Keep at it.

Zlaek said...

Needless to say, yours is one of the best, if not the best photographer's blog I've come across

Amy Bender said...

Simply beautiful architecture, great capture.

chrome3d said...

It glows so gloriously in the sun. I also think that the use of spruce trees in the city like that is a good and personal idea.

Anonymous said...

Great photo. I've lived in Regina my whole life and having seen that building pretty much every day you tend to forget how gorgeous it really is. Your photography is outstanding by the way, keep doing our city proud.

Janet

uncleawang said...

Simple shot but perfect.The building is great..
Have a nice day.

Lois said...

It is so beautiful! The Florida Legislature buildings here are not nearly so magnificent.

Tashad said...

That is a beautiful building, I assume its for Regina's government?

The Explorer said...

I saw the Provincial Building both in Edmonton and Victoria, there are similarities on the structures the same time they have their own uniqueness.

Thanks for sharing, this is the third Legislative Building in Canada that I saw, even though I saw it in a photo.

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