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Friday, December 18, 2009

St. Mary's Church Hillbrow


St Mary of Limpopo, Anglican Church, Hillbrow, with a view of the Hillbrow Tower behind it.


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11 comments:

heavenly bliss said...

I love that balance between the sharp lines of the buildings and the soft gentle drape of the tree. Also great colors. That church and sky make a nice contrast that is so pleasing to the eye.
~Jenny from "My Four Girls"
have a great day!

chubskulit said...

That's a beautiful church!

My LATSOF entry. Happy Holidays!

PS.. following your blog now.

Joops said...

I love how you captured it, perfect angle!

My share for LATSOF this week..

Looking @ The Sky On Friday said...

It's beautiful. I agree with Joops, the angle makes all the difference.

Thanks so much for playing along.

I have a sky posted now if you have time to stop back by: LATSOF - Good Day Sunshine!

-Tisha

Ralph said...

The sky is a beautiful blue. It is fitting that this is a house of worship - the cross and nearby spire are reaching up to heaven. The buildings nearby may be taller, but the little church just seem so alive under the canopy of blue upstairs. So nice!

Calico Crazy said...

What a pretty church framed by a beautiful blue sky, love the angle this is taken from. ~ Calico Contemplations

Gayle (GardenofDaisies) said...

I love taking pictures of churches, and just church architecture in general , just like you Gena. When we were visiting college campuses, trying to decide where the kids would go to school, the first place I wanted to see on campus was the chapel. I know I get this from my childhood, when we would visit the old colonial towns and visit the magnificent churches on the highest hilltop... amazing doors and arched ceilings... the villagers would put everything they had into those buildings, and they were amazing!!

Gena D said...

Wow thank you all for the GREAT feedback!!! I've been out of town for almost a week so am in catch up mode. I will def, visit you/ your blog.... Now ...
Hi there Tisha/ Joops/ Jenny - thanks so much for visiting, and the GREAT feedback.
Hi there chubskulit - thanks so much for visiting, and the feedback as well as for following me. I will definitely visit your blog too, and gladly "follow you" Just been away about a week, so in serious catch up mode ..... have a great festive season!
Gena

Gena D said...

Hi Ralph, first off thanks for "popping in" and of course the GREAT feedback - always great to hear how othwrs percieve a picture/ a scene - I have learnt loads through your vuewpoint. Gena

Gena D said...

Hello Calico Crazy (need to pop by your profile/ blog to see what you are all about?!?! Thanks for popping in and your feedback!

Gena D said...

Hi Gayle - I can see we share a number of "visual viewpoints" - yep I too am crazy about old churches/ chapels - have just been out of town and managed to snap a few more ..... there is something evocative' about them that new churches/ places of worhsip lack .... And as always thanks so much for your lovely 'stories' it gives me loads of insight into you as a person!!!! I need to work on "saying more" .... have a great festive season! Gena

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