All that sun Jim!
Lovely church in the sun. It looks so warm there. ;)
Lovely Church photo. The shadows at the side and the blue sky show the warmth of the day. Churches are such a wonderful thing to photograph. They are usually such beautiful places with stained glass, bricks with caved stone accents or details carved into the stone of the building itself. Plus just the fact that it is a Church gives it a special feel, at least for me. Great Job!
The blue sky is superb. Have a great week. Roberto, Rio de Janeiro
Beautiful church. Greetings from Romania. Have a nice week.
Beautiful old church, Jim!
I would have picked it for 1930s, thanks Jim for the education on Arts and Crafts.
Lovely old church Jim, it doesn't seem elaborate enough for a Catholic church, they always seem to me to be a little overly ornate.
So so very pretty!!! I love the perspective of your image.HIDDEN TREASURES @ the Botanical Gardens
As Peter wrote, it looks newer than it actually is.«Louis» appreciates your contribution to Monday Doorways.
Nice shot!Yellow Sunset
beautiful church, great shot :-) visiting from Mellow Yellow Monday, hope that you can return the visit too.http://www.adventurousjessy.com/2012/01/the-rink-guard-in-his-yellow-shirt.html
Interesting that You name the architectural style there after the association (in Europe it would go by the general art style - these windows would be an early Gothic style)
Jeannette, yes the Federation style is associated to the Federation of Australia in 1901 but there are twelve variations in the style with many associated to overseas styles of that era.
That is a beautiful and big church. Miss going to the church:(Visiting for MYM! Here's my share- hope you can stop by:)http://www.mommys4seasonsjourney.com/2012/01/mango-juice-and-strawberry-banana-smoothies.html
Great building style for this church!
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