Nice. Now all you need are wire cutters and a ladder on your next visit to get rid of those pesky wires that run everywhere. Stoopid electricity.
I was the one who thought air-conditioning churches was a sign of human vanity and frailty. Fans provided by funeral homes needed no wires and not much vanity. But everywhere I have been outvoted: and if a church hath lost its juice, wherewith shall it be electrified?
When you are old and grey and full of sleep you won't be able to see the lines anyway. You sound like an architect: "I could build the most beautiful city [referring to the apotheosis of Reston]--but they'd just let PEOPLE LIVE IN IT! [The ultimate sacrilege.]
Do I have a church for you.... It's in Jetterville, VA. and they don't even have indoor plumbing. I should have shot the church so you could see the out houses.
Well of course that beautiful old church in Mathews has plenty of trees around it--nothing so newfangled as outhouses, I reckon . . . .
but that isn't a Methodist church . . . .
Picky picky picky.
Attention to detail is everything. Besides, I thought it was "Jeterville?"
Might just be Jeterville. You know I was just lookin at a lot of folks photos here at Panoramio and I think we to often shoot just our theme and not what makes our theme sparkle. The environment in which we see something is so often left out. I know that sometimes the environment is a let down, but a lot of the photos I see and I include my own need more breathing room and context for the subject matter.
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Photo taken in Ware, VA, USA
Singleton United Methodist Church
Misplaced? Suggest new location