Saturday, September 5, 2009

Tampa's City Hall glows at night

Tampa's City Hall is shown at night framed by the columns at the entrance to the SunTrust Financial Centre. Located on East Kennedy Boulevard, the building is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1915, it was designed by architect M. Leo Elliott, the same architect who designed the Prairie School-style home I featured at Tampa Daily Photo on August 22nd. HERE. Called the Henry Leiman House, following the architectural style of Frank Lloyd Wright, the home is located on South Newport Avenue in the Hyde Park Historic District. Elliott also designed the original Tampa YMCA, Centro Asturiano, plus the Italian Club and Cuban Club in Ybor City. His architectural achievements made a lasting and significant differnce in Tampa.

3 comments:

  1. Nicely done, Frank. Love the way digital changes the colors of the lights!

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  2. Great shot Frank. I love the lit up trees that frame the picture

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