|The water dome, which at various time during the day, literally becomes a dome of water|
I had hoped to get a few pictures of Bob with the historic Swans, direct descendants of the very swans that once belonged to Richard the Lion Heart, of Lakeland. Perhaps a few pictures of him enjoying the Tigers Spring Training. Even take him over to the wonder that is Florida Polytechnic.
|Bob meets the man himself.|
I have a background in engineering and the sciences in general, so I can appreciate exactly what Wright was trying to do. All his trademarks are here, the buildings use a lot of natural light and the Cathedral in general I'm certain is absolutely glorious during certain times of the day. Water, also an element found in a lot of Wright's work makes an appearance here as well.
|Inside the Annie Pfeiffer Chapel|
I was also surprised to learn that a few of the buildings were completed well after Wrights death. During the Second World War, the students often labored under Wrights direction to complete the work on his buildings.
|Bob! Get down from there!|
At one time this was rated as the most beautiful college campus in America and I can understand way. This is simply a lovely peaceful place and I for one have every intention of returning.
|Just a interesting water feature on campus|
|The steps are rounded giving an appearance of flowing lava|
|Back of the E. T. Roux library|
|Inside the Pfeiffer Chapel|
|Pfeiffer Chapel from afar|
|Someone was promised a rose garden|
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