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Discussion in 'Photos' started by RiotPat, Mar 21, 2011.
Here is one I took Monday...
From last weekend.. The light from above seemed fitting..
Last week in France: Sainte-Mer-Eglise:
and this is why:
a reminder of WWII
Lake Odessa, Mi seats 4 + preacher
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Yep, that's a pretty small church....
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Dang, and I though I found the smallest chapel. This one's called Allen Hall in Granite, Oregon. About 10x10 on the inside - still maintained and used by at least a few of the town's dozen or so citizens. There's an old wooden outhouse and a tidy cemetery out out back.
Last weekend in Germany. My bike is in there somewhere ...
Two weeks ago. Also in Germany (but it is not my bike)
Previously a church, now a Library, Loxley Al.
I've been there.
....well, I haven't been there, but I passed near it.
Near Waynesville, GA
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The rock churches of Lalibela in Ethiopia.
From the top, they are dough out of solid rock, and carved out on the inside into rooms.
From he bottom looking up
Church in Kona, NC. This is the church where Charlie Silvers is buried, in three graves. It seems that his wife, Frankie, came home and found Charlie in the company of another woman. She killed Charlie and hacked him up and scattered his body parts around the area. As new parts of Charlie were discovered they just put them beside the precious grave. His grave, shown here, has one head stone and three foot stones. You can see it better when the grass has been mowed.
Frankie was the first woman to be hung in North Carolina.
Somewhere west of Ludlow Vermont.
My Great Grandparents were married in this church (and maybe there parents as well).
Then some years later my Great Grandmother founded this place.