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Monday, September 21, 2009

BSM- To Have and To Hold

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I thought I would share another shot from our recent trip to Colorado. After our train ride we drove around the little town of Silver Plume. It is an old mining town. I fell in love with this church so we stopped so I could take some photos. I love the mountains in the background and how they are also reflected in the round window. All the little details of the church are so beautiful.

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10 comments:

Kimberly said...

Wow, I love that picture! I adore little white churches like that. They just don't make them like that anymore which is a shame.

iMother2.0 said...

love how your processing makes it look like such a vintage shot. Gorgeous!

Joanna said...

Great processesing. Isnt it amazing how one little building can give you such inspiration? It makes me wonder the history of it. I love the cloudy darkness of the sky in back too.

Megan said...

i love the texture you put on there, too. really enhanced the mood!

Jaimee said...

LOVE it! Processing, Texture, everything!

Christina said...

Oh my Jen, this is spectacular! Such a lovely little church nestled in the mountains, and your vintagey processing and texture really makes it so sentimental.

Amy Jo said...

Great photo, and great processing! I need to remember that it's ok to take the time to stop every now and then for a shot. Thanks for the reminder!

Stacy said...

What is it about old buildings that just draw us in (and draw out our camera's from our bags!). Great shot and wonderful processing on it.

carrie said...

Ohhhh...love this! I like the processing on it too - just as it should be. We found an old church like that in Hawaii too...they make the best photo subjects!

Golightly said...

I love churches like this too. Very cool processing. Isn't Colorado beautiful?

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