¡Wonderfould photos, wonderfoul places!..
Terrific shots as always! I particularly love the view in the second one. Have a great week!Sylvia
That place is lovely finding among downtown skyscrapers. I like all the photos that you posted but the second photo is my favourite. I like the view of the street from the angle you took the photo. It really is beautiful and very attractive! hugs
Beautiful walking. Beautiful world.Luiz RamosPS. The tree on my photos is Abricó-de-macaco (Couroupita guianensis)from Amazonia.
Beautiful photos. I agree with Sylvia and MedaM - the second is my favourite. And your dessert(?) looks wonderful!Janice.
Thanks for taking us on your walk with you. Great shots.
Yummmmmm! I love morning walks in the neighborhood! Thank you for sharing your world!
Great shots, I love the red sign in the window and the pastry tempt my sweet tooth. We've been to Saint Louis but not downtown. I see I missed an interesting spot.
I love that second picture, what a cosy corner to grab a bite and see the sights. I enjoyed all your posts about SL.www.ewok1993.wordpres.com
Nice shots! Delightful place to have an early morning bite. Looks peaceful for a city street.
Erin: These were fun captures from this neat town.
It's always a pleasure to see your wonderful pictutres. I could have sworn that you did a post about Lancaster Pa, but now it's St. Louis. lol oh well, anywhere you take your camera is fine with me. :)
Wonderful photos from St Louis!
Your photos made me a little sad. The time for wearing shorts is just about over at least here in Ohio LOL
I am very pleased to see that cake features so highly in your morning walk!!
Yum! Good food and a view, a nice attribute of your world.
How can be other countries be so lucky while others are dying in want?Beautiful shots Erin. And you have a new header as well? I love it!
Especially love that first image, so much going on. Your treat looks delicious.
I love them! Great shots. cheerio
Great photos, looks like a wonderful place.
Great streetscape of St Louis, Erin.
Beautiful views and a delicious bite make for a lovely morning walk. I love your shots!
How I wish I could visit your world! Through the blog world one gets a personal insight into other places that is denied to tourists. Seeing a place through someone's eyes who loves it, endears it to the heart.Thank you for your touching comment my dear.
Oh yummy, great photos
I love your photos..they are always so clear and sharp. Thank you for sharing your interesting world with us..and thanks for your visit to my world also!
Are these HDRs? The photos look beautiful! Nice captures!- Pixellicious Photos
Nice Photo's... all your photo's have a dreamy look to them.... love it...
Nice place to stop for a bite!
The more I see of St. Louise the more I like it.
OH wow .. love the header, love the shots ... there's an outdoor cafe in Chicago near the Water Tower that looks just like this!
Haven't been there but it looks lovley!
Looks like a nice place to visit for morning coffee - and that cake looks so delicious!I really like the view in the second shot - and as always the light in your photos are special!
loved the 2nd pic!
i love your take on this neat place, and the dessert looks scrumptous too. :)
Beautiul images -and I am once again sorry for never having visited St. Louis.
Wonderful photographs Erin!Please tell me you saved some of that dessert for me!
There are many museums and attractions in the city. The St. Louis Art Museum, located in the City's premier park, Forest Park, and dating from the 1904 World's Fair, houses an impressive array of modern art and ancient artifacts, with an extensive collection of master works of several centuries, including paintings by Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Pissarro, Picasso, and many others. Forest Park is bigger than New York's Central Park, and it also is home to the St. Louis Zoo, the Muny, and many other attractions. The privately owned City Museum offers a variety of interesting exhibits, including several large faux caves and a huge outdoor playground. It also serves as a meeting point for St. Louis's young arts scene.
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