Sunday, December 18, 2011

A Dazzling Season

Ducking in from the cold of our downtown Salt Lake City tour, we found yet another stunning scene.

The sumptuous architecture in an old historical building lobby decked out for Christmas of course!

Marble columns, stained glass, draped balconies, and crystal chandeliers.

The cut glass hangs like ornaments from the high ceilings.

It felt like we were royalty strolling through a wonderful winter palace.

Now this is the way to top an immense and gorgeous tree!

So many reasons to love this dazzling season!
Hope you're ready for a wonderful holiday week ahead.

Ciao! for now!



Kathy said...

Oh Jacqueline! This is breathtaking - I love the decorative molding and the gorgeous chandelier - exquisite! Thank you for sharing, I hope you have a blessed week,

Pamela Gordon said...

Very beautiful! Have a super week.

Bella said...

Hi J,
Stunning!! All that sparkle! I Love those skylights!!! I am so glad your having a great time and "taking me along"! :-)

Julie Harward said...

Memories here...I used to sing in the Joseph Smith Memorial building every Christmas! I also went there as a little kid with my parents when it was Hotel Utah. Love it! :D

Nostalgi i nr. 9 said...

Nice pictures, love the christmas three and decorations.
The building with all the ornaments are also stunning.
Love your blog, always such beautiful pictures.

Have a nice day !
Anita :-)

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Maarit said...

What a lovely place that would be to attend a X-mas dance or a concert!

Divina Chita Brasil said...

Belíssimas imagens!!

Bente said...

Oh, what a fantastic place.

Have a nice Christmas

Hugs Bente

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

I love old buildings...and that is just gorgeous!

Olive Cooper said...

What a chandelier. Amazing way to hang a tree too.

Gloria said...

WOW!!! Gorgeous scenes...Thanks for sharing!

Blessings for a beautiful Christmas!!


Richard Cottrell said...

This building is beautiful. If I had that chandelier I could make a condo out of it. OH MY! It is wonderful. Merry Christmas, Richard from My Old Historic House.

Sizzle and Zoom said...

This post is so beautiful!

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