Wordless Wednesday: The Long Room, Independence Hall, Philly, PA Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps By SandyCarlson - September 15, 2009 Wordless Wednesday Independence Hall Wordless Wednesday Get link Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email Other Apps Comments Anonymous8:16 PMWhat a sight!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJames8:55 PMWhat a cool picture.I walked by there yesterday. :-)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyrosecreekcottage-carol.blogspot.com9:17 PMPurely magical. Simplistic. You can just 'feel' the maestro's presence~ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyCarver9:24 PMThe photograph oozes history. Good one!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLori9:28 PMBeautiful shot..Happy WW:)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPERBS10:22 PMYou ae lucky to be so close to visit there.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMojo10:29 PMCarver nailed it. The perfume of history wafts even through the pixels in the photograph. Magical!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyGreat Grandma Lin10:51 PMgreat photo, it looks historical...ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyRegina 11:43 PMA place with history. Excellent.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyTom11:50 PMExcellent taken and displayed Sandy... I hope alls well in your world... ;o)ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyGabriel12:09 AMI'm going to make sure that I go there next time I visit Philadelphia. What an historic sight!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLifeRamblings12:13 AMit sure looks like a place full of intriguing history.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPietro Brosio12:45 AMAttractive image, Sandy!That harpsichord in a dim light reminds me of my old Steinway piano.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplySara Chapman in Seattle, USA12:59 AMThis is an exquisite monochrome photo. Very evocative.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDianne - Bunny Trails1:02 AMWonderful shot. So many stories contained there.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplymagiceye1:20 AMa classic image!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplySande1:26 AMHistoric. Other clues like Philly and Carver still leave me fairly clueless to the story behind your pic. Have to become more familiar with US HistoryReplyDeleteRepliesReplytiarastantrums1:27 AMfantastic captureReplyDeleteRepliesReplycatsynth1:58 AMBeautiful image, very spare and quiet.I wonder what it would be like to play that harpsichord.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMaggie May2:36 AMPositively steeped in history.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyRobin3:51 AMIt looks as if the maestro will return at any moment to resume playing.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyanthonynorth6:05 AMI can almost hear it play.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyBarb6:10 AMI'll bet those keys could sing some rich stories of all the galas that have taken place there!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyHilary6:13 AMI thought it was a wonderful drawing at first.. then I realized it was your wonderful eye.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDigital Flower Pictures6:18 AMgreat vintage feel to your photo.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyBeth F6:33 AMSo perfect in sepia. Lovely.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplySue6:49 AMBeautiful shot Sandy! Happy WW :) I finally feel up to posting a bit again.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyYogi♪♪♪7:00 AMVery evocative photograph.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplySecret Mom Thoughts7:31 AMBeautiful shot.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPat10:04 AMI love the sepia tones of this antique piano. What history it has!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyMarice11:04 AMsooo classic! love the effects!mine is up tooReplyDeleteRepliesReplySandie11:13 AMGorgeous shot---love the mood here. Nicely done!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDaryl11:14 AMYou've captured more than the room or the piano .. there's a mood here that adds to the overall feeling .. nice!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyDeborah Godin11:17 AMTimeless!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyJulia Phillips Smith11:41 AMOoo...I just love it. Love the texture in the wood, the music open waiting to be played.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyjams o donnell11:44 AMExcellent photo Sandy!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyEbb Tide12:43 PMJust dropping by in between my busy day job (packing our things for the long haul). Your beautiful black& white photo is like an old fashioned painting by Rembrant (the Dutch master).ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous12:53 PMPicture is mystical as well as very mysterious!!Nice one..:)Wondering who would have been sitting by and swinging his fingers off and on those keys..:)Keep writing!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplySusan at Stony River1:44 PMWe didn't get to Philadelphia this past summer, but oh I wanted to see. Now I want to go even more! Quite a shot, this.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplySnowcatcher2:25 PMWonderful shot. Love the lighting and the subtle hues.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown2:46 PMPretty! I wish we had more time to explore the insides of things - glad you did though!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLisa at Greenbow3:41 PMThe sepia tones are perfect for this photo. You almost expect someone in a long gown to step in and start playing, or was that in my dream??ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnknown8:17 PMSuperb, Sandy!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAnonymous8:40 PMmagnificent pictureReplyDeleteRepliesReplyUnseen India Tours2:29 AMBEautiful shot !! Seems like very old or ancient !! Great.Unseen RajasthanReplyDeleteRepliesReplyLara2:51 AMbeautiful and impressive in simplicity!ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyVixen1:16 PMI would love to visit there, I love all things historical.I really like the shades of this shot.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyTammie Lee1:37 PMThe light in this is quite romantic. SpirithelpersReplyDeleteRepliesReplyPaul8:50 PMWhat a place so much of what makes this country what it is took place there! Lovely shot my dear friendReplyDeleteRepliesReplySan12:49 PMQuietly powerful, as such places are.ReplyDeleteRepliesReplyCloudia5:24 PMA magical spot to visit as a child! Thanks fo a happy memory of wonder.AlohaReplyDeleteRepliesReplyAdd commentLoad more... Post a Comment Thanks for being here.