Saturday, March 26, 2011

Wonderful architecture...

This is the door to enter the church I showed three or four days ago on here...I don't know why I didn't post it along with that photo. This is such a beautiful doorway/entryway...I am not sure what the correct term is.

I want to go back over there some time when the sun is in a better position...also, would love to be there sometime when it is in use and I could get a photo of ALL the church and the windows.
Plus there are more buildings/homes I want to photograph over there. It is a small town, but sure has some beauties in it.
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It is cold here this morn, but the sun is trying to shine a little bit. It is supposed to stay cool for the next few days, and maybe make it back up to 50ºF by next weekend. I am hoping they are wrong and it gets there a lot sooner. I cleaned off the garden the other day, but still have a lot to do in the yard.

I also need to be making some decisions about some flower choices...I have a spot planned for more flowers but haven't got a clue to what I want to plant. I would like for it to have things that bloom all through the seasons...I have stuff that blooms in the spring and summer, but nothing in the fall.

And I have been wanting to make a raised bed for strawberries...just enough for us to have fresh ones to eat. I have been looking at strawberry plants, and trying to remember what varieties I liked...not that the normal nurseries offer near all the choices we had at work, but they do offer a few. I have wanted strawberries for two or three years and just not did anything about it. Maybe this will be the year.

12 comments:

texwisgirl said...

I love the stair railings. And that one slick one in the middle reminds me of my Catholic grade school - where we'd slide down it if the nuns and teachers weren't looking... :)

A piece of news said...

I love old churches. They look so great whether they are simple or intricate.

Lois Evensen said...

It reminds me of the church I attended while I grew up. Very pretty.

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

I keep looking at the door of a church in my hometown. It is very picturesque. One day I will take a walk and snap a picture.

Judy said...

I've noticed some pretty old churches in town I should take some shots of. I need to plant some flowers here. I don't have any of the flowers from Illinois growing here. I thought to go out today and clean out the gardens, but it's barely 30° outside. Too cold for me to be crawling on the ground.

EG Wow said...

I think the entrance is a welcoming one with the big glass doors under the arched entrance way. I also like the ironwork railing.

Montanagirl said...

No signs of spring here yet. I've heard this cold and winter is going to continue into April. Lovely photo by the way.

Neal said...

That is a nice entry. I like the reflection in the door of the church!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

It is a really lovely church, great stonework, detailing and capture.

Gill - That British Woman said...

We are also supposed to warm up a little by the end of the week. Hopefully it will get rid of the snow.....fingers, toes and everything else crossed!!

Gill in Canada

Rambling Round said...

This looks similar to a church in towm that built of grey stone.

Mary said...

This is very pretty. I love looking at churches.

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