Cascades Park in Tallahassee continues to progress toward completion. What promises to be the iconic centerpiece of the park is the amphitheater that sits adjacent to the spot that serves as Florida's prime meridian. This is the second in a series of posts that will showcase at least one photo including a current shot of the amphitheater and at least one photo of current progress elsewhere in the park.
Today -- the view of the amphitheater from the rear (the north) and, looking through the amphitheater, the backside of the park to its southern edge:
Once filled with people, this is going to be a spectacular sight. July 4th might really be special in this spot. Below is a picture that captures the reconfigured intersection of East Lafayette Street with Franklin Boulevard where they both touch the DOT parking lot and eventually merge with South Meridian Street.
That's Apalacheee Parkway, of course, on the left side of the photo behind those trees.
When it's all said and done, Tallahassee is going to have a pretty special park with an extremely unique Florida vista.