I guess we had the same idea this week. Two takes on the same subject!
thats one great architecture!
Great architecture in sepia, it fits well in monochrome.
Lovely. I especially liked the first one. It reminds me of the Norwegian Seamen's church in New Orleans, where I used to work. I like spires.
Mary, I love your pumpkin header this week.
the Church looks great in sepia. I have a church blog somewhere---haven't posted on it for awahile. Love the older buildings. MB
Lovely architecture and so nice in sepia.
Bricks, spires and clean lines make a wonderful sepia photo.Kris, I never knew that you had worked in San Pedro. You are such a rare, gifted girl.From Felisol
Hallo, my first time here. I like your photos a lot!
Nice details on the roof and architectural lines of this church.Happy Sepia Day to you too!
I love it, I love architecture to begin with - really cool shots!
Thanks, I will come back!
Ok, sorry again. I am a mess. I left a comment on #54 instead of #55. I think I am linked up now. Wow..I should go back to bed.
Love all those angles. Neat compositions.
Whoa. The pumpkins changed! LOL
The church's peaks and steeple are so well defined in sepia. If I remember back 49 years ago, Main Street is the terminus of the subway system - so impressive to ride the subway at age 5...
Sepia adds a nice touch to church captures :)Peaceful feel...
Hi Mary,Great Sepia today!! The steeple looks like it's been there forever. Have a great day!Sherrie
love the steeple especially, great detail
Love these, Mary!Sorry I'm late but I DO have one up now...not a new pic but new with Sepia( I think/HOPE!!)
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