Today’s Photo Friday is entitled: “Religion″
I have lots of pictures for this particular entry. Why? Not because I had my choice of so many great photos and just couldn’t pick, or anything like that AT ALL! 🙂 Nope. My pictures are a set of photos taken on a little walkabout I took through my old neighborhood in California this past week while visiting my family.
I had decided that I wanted to see if I could get a good picture of St. Matthew Greek Orthodox church which is about a half a mile from my brother’s house. We, my niece Avalon and I, set off one afternoon with our cameras in hand…she’s nine. My original plan was simply to take a picture of that particular church. About a tenth of a mile into our journey we walked past St. Andrew Episcopal Church:
and the idea hit me that I should share ALL of the churches I came across in our walkabout! Across from the Episcopal church is Nativity Catholic Church:
which is a particular neighborhood favorite of mine.
Almost to our intended destination I came across these lovely flowers which (to steal from last week’s challenge!) grew in lovely and unexpected juxtaposition to a fire hydrant:
And these fantastic morning glories winding their way up a telephone pole:
Finally we reach St. Matthew. It, like the other churches we’ve past, is situated in between homes on these old city streets:
We walked some more. Avalon, despite her youth, began to flag and wished to return home, so we headed off that direction, but before we reached the house, we passed the United Methodist Church:
the First Baptist Church:
AND finally, the First Samoan United Methodist Church:
Finally tally? SIX churches tucked into one small neighborhood, all passed while walking just a little bit over a mile…and only one of them has a parking lot!
Let’s just say this little part of town has got religion!
But where DOES everyone park??
It was a beeeeuuuuuutiful day!
Please take the time to visit the other participants’ entries! I will post additional links as they come in
Next week’s challenge comes to us from Jan of “A Curious State of Affairs” and it is “Self-Portrait”. Click HERE to see the particulars! It’s another FUN one!
One more picture, because what is a mini-adventure without one of my foot pictures? Incomplete! So, then, here it is! A curb picture with a friendly reminder of where it ends up when you dump it!