Monday, January 10, 2011

Ca D' Zan Candelabras

Chandeliers and Candelabras were in every room. On the wall, on stands, in the ceiling. These are a few of the Candelabras. Chandeliers tomorrow.  If you missed former post on Ca D Zan click on labels, Ringling museum.







Sandra's Silly Stuff

Where do fortune tellers dance?
At the crystal ball.


Why was Cinderella thrown off the basketball team?
She ran away from the ball.

10 comments:

Snapper II said...

Wow what a palace, a family could live there and never see each other. I wonder how many people actualy lived there. You could spend a lot of time in that place with a camera and never cover it all.

From the Kitchen said...

I'm so glad you were allowed to take photos! I feel as if I were there without the tired feet to show (or feel) for it. However, I'm sure the splendor was even more special than one can capture on film--wait, no film!!

Best,
Bonnie

Ginny said...

My favorite picture is next to last, because I love the reflection on the wall. Ca D' Zan is looking more and more Gothic to me. The chandelier with the regular looking lightbulbs screwed in is kind of oddball looking. What is that line of brick spire thingys in your header? Are they just for decoration? They are pretty and unusual.

George said...

These are beautiful candelabras, but I find it interesting that they have all been converted to electricity. I suppose that was much safer.

photowannabe said...

What a fantastic museum. Total eye candy.

S. Etole said...

Beautiful lighting ...

Kilauea Poetry said...

I like your fancy brick header..I love brick! Anyway, pretty fancy hanging lights..but my favorite maybe 3, 4, and 6?
Hope you had a nice weekend~

SquirrelQueen said...

I love all the lighting, that candle sconce is too cool. My favorite is the globe like lamp, well it looks like a lamp.

Sunny said...

This place is totally amazing! Thank you for taking us along :)
☼ Sunny

MedaM said...

It seems to me that this house inspired you very much. Your fantastic photos show how much you really enjoyed the time you spent there. The collection of various candelabras is so beautiful and you took really beautiful photos of them.