Vermont Capitol Dome


Vermont State Capitol Dome

There was a recent article in the local paper showing how the interior of the dome was constructed. It is pretty amazing. Long wooden ribs from the base to the top curve upward. Short wooden planks join the ribs around the dome. This is copper jacketed. Then it was gilded to make the golden dome. At the top is a statue named Agriculture, a reference to the greek goddess Ceres.

Puzzle: Can you find the post where I used virtually the same photo once before? Leave the post date in comments. Only one answer per contestant. Winner wins. Multiple winners allowed. No peaking until you guess. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. Keep on the grass. Answer.

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2 Responses to Vermont Capitol Dome

  1. Janice says:

    Lovely photo. It should be on a calendar. I used your blog search feature to find the date so I cheated. Fun puzzle. If you made it show images when searching that would have made it reaaaally easy!

  2. Tim says:

    Daily spark – I am glad that Big-TDI-Guy only spent 2 hours going through the website. I am up to measuring time reading in days (probably time to change measurements to weeks). What a wonderful site, blog, farm, …

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