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Discussion in 'Photos' started by RiotPat, Mar 21, 2011.
This mosque spire looks like it was made from old oil drums. Very resourceful use of materials by local people who no doubt could not afford a more expensive spire.
Old Lutheran church in Ransom, PA, Lackawanna County
Picture of my bike and I in front of church near Auburn , Washington . Photo by FE .
Somehow I've ended up with numerous pics of my bike w/church...Tagging
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Really like this one...
Love the Euro megaliths.... but something about these small town churches that does it for me....
Originally Posted by scootac
It's called Egg Hill Church in PA,,, quite a story comes with it.
For zenjen, here's one,,,, Google will provide more!:eek1
That is quite a story.
I took way to many pics of my bike on last months trip, but oddly the "church" shots didn't have my bike in them. Shot was on a highly recommended road up to Sierra De San Pedro Martir, from Gustavo D az Ordaz.
Lucky to find this one on offroad lookabout, no tacostand here though.
Bridgeville, PA. Just south of Pittsburgh
Now that is something you don't see every day.
Stumbled upon this wooden (rare in Sweden) church when I was on a ride last summer. It was built in 1733 and it is supposed to be mostly untouched (though repainted in the beginning of the 1800)since then.
Later last autumn I stopped to check out this church ruin. Built sometime in the 11th century. The last known service was held there in 1817.
A better view of the ruins.
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Awesome photograph! Bike's not bad either The whole photograph is wonderfully composed!
Is this a place of worship...? It occurs to me I don't see any crosses, stars, or the like, evident... Where and which...?