This is First Presbyterian Church, not the Cathedral of the Madeleine. The cathedral is the bigger church down the street from this one.
My June Contest Pictures
great shot! Thanks for sharing!
About one-half mile east of Ka Lae, the Southernmost point in the United States, there is an open circular pit half-filled with brackish water called Lua-o-Palahemo (loo-uh-oh-pah-lah-hay-moh). It is a broken lava tube that forms a brackish pond by mixing fresh and salt water. If you climb down the path to the waters edge and look closely you will see one half inch, bright red shrimp. There kinds of shrimp are only found here. Many locals like swimming in it because it is so cool and refreshing. It is known as the bottomless pond. About five feet straight down it turns a forty degree angle and goes right under the ocean floor. It is said that if you have not seen Lua o Palahemo, you have not seen Kau.
_By dlytle on June 2, 2003
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Great depth of shot! Difficult to shoot in the low light.
Heavily modified in Photoshop to adjust dark colors and make less dreary. Will post original if anyone is interested, let me know.
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Greetings from Trieste
A classic drive-by icon for Penninsula residents!