Sunday, January 30, 2011

Stone Church/ Scenic Sunday

Back side of Anglican church, Roches Point, Ontario

This church dates back to 1862, making it nearly a century and a half years old, which is pretty old for this part of Canada.




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18 comments:

cieldequimper said...

Oh absolutely gorgeous. Happy Sunday!

see you there! said...

The snow sets if off although I'm sure it is lovely in the spring as well.

Darla

Farmchick said...

This is just picture perfect, literally.

Kate said...

Now this is truly a delightful winter wonderland photo. Wouldn't it make a great notecard image?

Leif Hagen said...

This photo is an award winner! I love the stone construction and the fluffy snow and and and! Great artistic photo for Sacred Sunday! Bravo EGW!

Randy said...

What a lovely scene! I think it would make a perfect card.

Kathy said...

It looks like a church that might appear in a fairy tale!

Francisca said...

That is so very charming!

Lorna said...

That is so gorgeous! Is it as beautiful in summer?

Halcyon said...

A pretty little church. Looks great with the snow.

RedPat said...

Wow!! That is beautiful. Nice one.

Jack said...

This is one for publication. It looks great. I wonder why the steam appears to be rising off it.

newprovidencedailyphoto said...

That is one crazy photo! Beautiful stonework, too.

Jacob said...

Lovely photograph. Love stone buildings of any kind...and the draping of the landscape with that fluffy white stuff is like cotton candy in the mouth! Yummy!

George said...

This is a gorgeous picture. I really like the stone church in the snow.

Lindy MacDuff said...

I don't think you could have found a more perfect winter scene. This is truly stunning!

Izzy, Emmy 'N Alexander said...

Wow, very pretty and cold. lol! Great job! ;)

Judy said...

I love the rose window in the church, and the snowy gate!
Also love the swans in the previous post!!

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