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Monday, March 8, 2010

Moody Mansion

I am happy to show a little of my world @ My World Tuesday. Thank you to Klaus, Sandy, Wren, Fishing Guy and Sylvia for hosting this wonderful meme.


We went to Galveston, Texas to see the Moody Gardens and we came across the Moody Mansion. This is just one of the many old houses that has been preserved in the Galveston district. We did not go inside that day because it was an overcast and had rain forecast.  Nevertheless, I took photo of the facade of the beautiful mansion. It's still gorgeous even after all these years. I look forward to seeing the inside of this mansion.

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24 comments:

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

What magnificent architecture! I'd be interested in seeing the inside too!

Sylvia K said...

Oh, that is such a gorgeous place and you've captured it beautifully, Tes!! I'm originally from Texas and have visited Galveston many times. What lovely memories your photos provided! Lovely post! Wishing you a great week!

Sylvia

Carver said...

What a beautiful exterior and I'm sure the interior is also wonderful. Great shots.

ewok1993 said...

It's too pretty. I'm sure the same is true for the interior.

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Tes: Thanks so much for showing this neat mansion, I hope you do visit one day.

January said...

fascinating mansion indeed!

J Bar said...

Marvelllous building.
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Randi said...

Such a gorgeous building - I love old historical buildings. I just want to go inside!!!

Ebie said...

The architecture is great and reminiscent of an old building.

I visited Galveston a long time ago, and it was just a short visit.

Rajesh said...

Awesome shots of mansion. Would love to see the interiors.

Evelyn Howard said...

I like old buildings. Great pics Tes.

Marie Höglund said...

A beautiful mansion. Old buildings are facinating I think. Such a story to tell.

Kathy said...

Thank goodness it wasn't damaged by Hurricane Ike!

JOE TODD said...

Looks like the kind of mansion that could have "hidden rooms" etc. Great place to explore.

Icy BC said...

Wow, Tes..what a gorgeous building, and your photos are just absolutely fantastic!

Deden said...

Looks like you have a wonderful world there.. great mansion, very artistic looks..

Bill said...

Yes, that is a beautiful mansion. I would love to take the tour.

Ann said...

what an awesome looking mansion. It reminds me of one I've seen although I don't think that one is actually a mansion.

Japa said...

Beautiful well-preserved mansion.

Marites said...

it looks beautiful and well-preserved. would've been nice to see the insides of it :)

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Ratty said...

That really is a very beautiful old place. I was in a house like this once before, and the inside was as good as the outside.

Cheryl said...

What a grand structure. I too would love to take a tour of the mansion. It must have been "the house" in its heyday!

Tekkaus said...

They look like building from Disney. :p

eileeninmd said...

A gorgeous mansion, were you able to take the tour and walk thru it?
Wonderful photos, Tes.

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