Sunday, August 12, 2012

Lakeside Country Church


This little country church sits next to a lake and though I haven't been inside, the view from there over the water would be beautiful. These are three different shots taken at three different times of the evening.





This wide angle view gives you a more complete look at the whole setting.




29 comments:

Tammy said...

Beautiful captures! I like the wide angle shot with the great reflection!

Terri Buster said...

Peaceful setting- love that second shot

Nancy Claeys said...

These little country churches are great to see. Lovely surroundings. :)

Linda said...

These are beautiful! I especially love that 2nd one with the cloud reflected in the water...just gorgeous!

Linda said...

Beautiful...love the second image!

Amy Burzese said...

Beautiful! The third shot is simply gorgeous.

Jan n Jer said...

Gorgeous setting...love the wide angle ones!

Deb said...

I love old churches...love the last photo...fishing...and church...two great things...

Birds, Bees, Berries, and Blooms said...

Looks like a great place for a wedding. Wonderful photos.

Birds, Bees, Berries, and Blooms said...

Looks like a great place for a wedding. Wonderful photos.

Beth said...

Such lovely peaceful photos. Love the church!

TexWisGirl said...

i like the soft rolling hills in the last shot, but the second is just beautiful. :)

Debbie said...

wow brian, they are gorgeous views. it looks like the little church i "wanted" to get married in ;)))

Andrew said...

Wonderful images Brian... you have some lovely countryside.

Marc Heath said...

Beautiful scenery Brian. some nice shots.

Andee said...

I love the wide angle shot! I'd love to see the view from inside out.

Rustic Vintage Country said...

Fantastic Photos. I love the way the clouds are almost 3D, I feel like I could reach in and touch them.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

I love country churches. The second shot is gorgeous!

Ida said...

Oh I love Country Churches like this one. - Such a peaceful setting. I like all the clouds in the last shot with the wide angle lens.

NewMexiKen said...

Wonderfully composed images, Brian!

Faye said...

Now you've done it,Brian! Reminded me that I need to practice some wide angle shots in the next three weeks if I even hope to get anything near you (hah!~)on Russian river cruise. This little church is probably quite modest seen up close, but you've "settled" it in the landscape just perfectly. You have an artist's eye for sure.

Lately I've been noticing the old church architecture in Louisville thinking it would be a good subject for a series. This fall when it's not so hot, perhaps.

JOY @ http://joysjotsshots.blogspot.com/ said...

The calm reflective water is beautiful. Another "Liquid Mirror" photo.

barbara l. hale said...

Beautiful! I love that ghost of a reflection in that first pic.

Sharon M said...

I love them all

Meggie said...

Hi Brian...I always know when I open up one of your post, I will be awed...Your photos of the church are beautiful...

Lindsjö taxar said...

Lovely pictures of you countryside, beautiful church, not so different like the one we visited for wedding

bailey-road.com said...

Lovely shots of this pretty white church!

darlin said...

One step closer to God; being connected to nature in a church... that's pretty darn close!

Beautiful setting for a church and you've done your usual amazing job of capturing it!

Have a wonderful week Brian!

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

The last two shots are exquisite! Especially the last one with the fluffy white clouds. I just purchased a wide angle lens and can't wait to get the circular polarizer in for some landscapes. It's a whole different ball game viewing through a 10mm lens!