I see this beautiful structure everyday on my daily jaunt to work. It's the Kemble Memorial Methodist Church in Woodbury, NJ, the town where I work in. Hard to see in this picture, but the it's stone work with beautiful stained glass. The doors themselves are like a slightly dark blonde wood, heavy wood at that with wrought iron hinges.
Eric, how do you post pictures? I was going to contribute by posting pictures of the Notre Dame Cathedral but it didn't work. I find the cathedral fascinating from the beautiful stain glass inside, to the double columns supporting the ceiling on the outside.
Ok, seems on this site weird software, I have to create a posting and then edit it to post pictures.
As I side note, I heard that giant chruches like this were built during a time of great properity in Euorpe due to GLOBAL WARMING! The warming caused crops to grow better, people were better fed, this created a healthier population which brought about a prosperity that could afford to build such grandiocity. Global warming can be a good thing and is beyond man's control. But what man can do with a good thing is within his control.
Post Reply (don't use the Quick Reply) then at the top you will see a Bar that has "HTML, A Film Strip, a Tree, Some Blue Square and a Magnifying Glass Over Paper."
Click the tree and then a pop up box will open. You'll want to put the image internet address into the Image URL box. Basically that's it.
I hope that helps
Being the at heart country boy that I am, I love church scenes that are tucked away in the woods and/or along country roads.
Here's a church in England called Creeton Church
No idea where this is, but it's beautiful none the less.
Another picture I have no idea what it's name is, just found on some Pastors blog. Different looking, very unique though.
Eric, more beautiful photos. You have a keen eye for architecture. I'm a country girl, so I also favor the country settings. :)