My other blog is more about the story that goes with the photo. On this site the photo is the story.
Nice photo! I like the effect! Thanks for joining in!
You sure have grounded those steeples
Gosh -- it's like a steeple echo...is it really just one church?
Yes, Sallie this was one church. We were driving through Nashville and I saw the church with two steeples. By the time I got the camera up and snapped we had move down an incline and all I captured was the steeples beyond the embankment. It appeared to be a rather large church. Possibly a cathedral with a steeple at each end of the building. I will be watching for it again next trip.
How unique! Great snap!!
Great shot - love the way the two steeples seem to be struggling to get above the ground! ;)
The statue on the left church shows it is celebrating being higher than the other. A very apt shot for the theme.
Here's a church, here's a steeple, open the doors and see all the people!(A hand game from when I was little.)Very nice, Rita.~
i remember that one too...
so creative. & gold too!! (:
wow...i didn't even know you could grow steeples!! i wonder what they planted in order for them to grow right out of the ground like that!! =))cool shot!!
Hi Rita! I happened upon this this other day (this post) and wanted to let you and / or your readers know what this 'church' is. It is a Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, LDS or Mormon church. I know because it is my religion. It is also the religion of Mitt Romney's (that you may have heard of due to his election run). Every Mormon Temple has a golden statue of the same Man with a trump. That Man is a Ancient Prophet that was in favor of God due to his obedience. He is on every Mormon Temple. He is termed Angel Moroni [MA rone i]. There, I provided a solution to your mystery photograph. I am from Utah and there are thirteen of these Temple in Utah alone. Many are throughout the world now days. Most of our sacred works are done in the wall of our Temples. If you'd like to get more info about these Temples go to www.lds.org/temples. See ya and have a fabulous Saturday or Sunday! love, Renae at simple sequins.
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