This week's Pet Photography theme is 'Architecture'. This particular photograph was taken a couple of years ago on our travels near Savannah, Georgia. We stopped at old mill ruins we spotted along the roadway. These have been here for over 100 years and this is what remains of the old building - just the shell of the original architecture. It is built from shell like materials called coquina which means "tiny shell" in Spanish and it contains mollusk shell fragments and quartz sand bound together by calcium carbonate (so, google says).
This particular ruin is located at McIntosh Sugar Mill Park in St. Mary's, Georgia. Jimbo was along for this ride and he enjoyed hanging out while we took photographs of the ruins. Mid-day, there was not anyone else visiting here and we had the place to ourselves.
A more modern type of architecture, Jimbo hangs out in the town center in Temple Terrace. It's a beautiful structure that was built in 2011 as we worked towards the re-creation of a new 'town square' for our small town. Unfortunately, that hasn't yet come to being, but the town center has a beautiful place to create photographs and is used often for that purpose.
For more 'architecture' pet photographs head over to visit Kim with BARKography based in Charlotte NC and then head around the rest of the blog circle until you end up back here.
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