A winter day at Taliesin - photos

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A winter day at Taliesin - photos

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Re: A winter day at Taliesin - photos

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Nice; Taliesin wears winter well. Actually, my first visit was as an out of town trespasser during a blizzard 48 years ago. The Dana statue was in the garden court of Taliesin at the beginning, although for quite some time located under cover at an exterior stairwell. Anyone know if it's a replica? The Fu dog shown is covered, and I'd be surprised if what's left of the Bock original would be left exposed...

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Re: A winter day at Taliesin - photos

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Nice. I'm not sure I've ever seen Romeo and Juliet photographed to show the openings near the top of the structure in just that way.

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