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Autumn and Architecture

>> Saturday, October 16, 2010

A week ago we on our way to somewhere or other, and as we passed a church I shouted to my husband, "Wait!  Stop!  I have to take pictures!"  Such is not an uncommon occurrence.  Have I mentioned that he's a very patient soul?

The church in question is I believe St. Mary's Catholic Church in Baldwinsville, New York.  I have long admired the Arts and Crafts style of the wooden doors, and on that particular sunny autumn day they looked especially magnificent with all the stone and bright leaf wreaths.  Here are the results:





2 comments:

Hugh October 18, 2010 at 10:53 PM  

Nice! The first picture looks like an amphitheater.

barefootheart October 19, 2010 at 8:30 PM  

Regardless about how one might feel about religion, it can't be denied that churches enrich our architectural heritage. I love your viewpoints, especially in that last shot. It really gives a feeling of the soaring height of the facade.

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