Sunday, June 17, 2012

Little White Church

There is a “picture perfect” little white church in a tiny little town down by the Mississippi River that I’ve wanted to photograph for a long time…

Saturday was the day I got my chance.

Built in 1892…

 

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Some long lost relatives are charter members of this church…what a nice surprise!!

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8 comments:

  1. Hi Becky, Isn't that just gorgeous? I love little old churches like that. When GE and I travel, we will stop at these kinds of old churches. I would love to collect them (photos) like we do waterfalls IF I had time.

    Thanks so much for sharing...
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  2. What a pretty church. I like all the details in this building.

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  3. What a beautiful church. I wish they would make them like this now, instead of these mega brick boxes!

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  4. This is a beautiful little church, and I like your drawings of it. I'm glad you found those long-lost relatives who were charter members.

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  5. This church is so beautiful, and your photos do an excellent job of capturing its beauty. I love the drawings. Did you use some program to have your photos look like sketches, or did you actually make the sketches? Thanks for sharing these with us.

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  6. Beautiful! I'm very impressed with your drawings...I can never get them to look good...maybe a tutorial for the rest of us? (o:

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  7. Wow love what you have done here! Love the gingerbread and textures that make up this church!

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  8. I love this old church, and you have captured it so beautifully!

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