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Saturday, July 21, 2007

Church on Linn St. in Bellefonte

Well after the celebration yesterday of my 100th post, I am back to work bringing more photos of Bellefonte. And, since my sisters horse needed some prayers, I found it appropriate to post this church.
This is the front view of this church. I think this is a pretty church with it's stain glass windows and red doors. There is alot of details in this church.
And, the side view.
I will post the details tomorrow.

17 comments:

Beetle said...

Oh Barb...I deserve not to have the delicious cake from your 100th celebration but even late,I wanted so much to say...CONGRATULATION!

Thank You for showing around your place as we do enjoy to view virtually and I hope I can make it to 100th like you did

My thought for your sister horse as i love horse myself

Kate said...

The red doors on the front certainly stand out, and I think it's interesting how different the colour is on the rest of the church. I'm anxious to see the details inside.

Z said...

A nice looking church. I hope your sister's horse improves steadily. What a difficult time it must be.

I wanted to follow up on your comment at Villigen about the damsons. I've updated my post to add a link to information about it at the US Arbor Day Foundation, plus a link to a new photo at my overflow site about another variety of plums (grown by Jefferson and Washington on their plantations) that appeared at the stand this morning.

Neva said...

This is a beautiful church...like Kate.. I find it interesting with different colors around it.....must be the day for churches...I too have seen a few....all very nice.....

Ele ^_^ said...

What a sweety church. Are really nice the red doors, never seen in a church! ^^

Rambling Round said...

Magnificent! The red doors really draw you in. Congrats on your 100th!

Zanabel said...

I like the colors and angle of the top photo very much. To me, the grey sky background adds to the shot.

Chad Oneil said...

I really like the red doors.

Dan said...

I love old church architecture. Parker only has one or two old churches.

By the way, you are the number 3 commenter on my blog. The top 5 are linked in the left navigation!

Linda said...

I too love old church architecture. Both of these are very nice. Bellefonte is full of old churches.
You got a nice light on you first church there.

iBlowfish said...

Beautiful church, and I agree that 2 red door on top photo make this church more appealing.

lv2scpbk said...

Beetle, you would be than welcome to my celebration of my 100th post even if you are a day late. That's ok with me.

lv2scpbk said...

I agree with your comments about the red doors. Seems like they stand out.

lv2scpbk said...

Z, I went back to your site to read about the plums.

Everyone, thanks for the congrats on my 100th post yesterday and the responses about my sisters horse.

photowannabe said...

Beautiful stately church with ab unexpected splash of color on the doors.

Jules said...

This church has beautiful stonework and the splashes of colour really set it off!!

Steve G said...

The church has character. Nice photos.

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