Tim Kiser's photos with the Romanesque revival architecture

The Tucker County Courthouse!, classic historic smalltown county courthouse, with clocktower and ferris wheel.

The Tucker County Courthouse!, classic historic smalltown county courthouse, with clocktower and ferris wheel.
To enjoy this you have to set aside your natural suspicions of local governments in the rural areas of the U.S., riddled as they are with corrupt good-old-boys' networks and lawless cops, etc. Just think about the architecture.

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Added on November 17, 2015

An assisted living facility!

An assisted living facility!
It was the "Harrington Hotel" for 90 years following its erection in 1896, and presently it is "The Harrington Inn: Living With Assistance."

According to its historic marker, the bldg exhibits "a unique blend of Romanesque, Classical and Queen Anne archi…
Added on August 10, 2015

Orange light of contemporary Milwaukee.

Orange light of contemporary Milwaukee.
The nearer building (the Rennaissance revival "Bank of Milwaukee Building") was erected in 1858. The other one (the Romanesque revival "Loyalty Building") was erected in 1886.

Years years years!, it never stops does it.

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In downt…
Added on March 17, 2015

Downtown, two doors to open, first one and then the next.

Downtown, two doors to open, first one and then the next.
The composition isn't good but I needed for both doors plus the ornamentation up top of the squat column to all be in the same picture for a thing I'm working on.

Somebody's got a vague memory from late last night of wondering where her plastic fruity…
Added on June  7, 2012