Part 3 of St. Mary’s Church. This gives you a good perspective on the location of the church. I am out of the country for two weeks, so I won’t be posting for a while. See you soon!
Image numero 2 of this beautiful church in Port Washington, WI. I did try to go inside, but alas, the doors were locked.
This is the first of three images of St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Port Washington, WI. We paid our first visit to this beautiful lakeside community a couple of months ago where this church majestically watches over the town from its hilltop location.
We enjoyded a night in Chicago to celebrate our anniversary. Here is the view from our room of historic 4th Presbyterian Church in Chicago.
The World Trade Center Transportation Hub seems to a bit out of place amidst the shiny, modern buildings in Lower Manhattan. It sort of looks like a gigantic stegosaurus skeleton that was unearthed during construction. Here is an image taken inside the hub.
This is one of the spectacular views from the One World Observatory located in One World Trade Center in New York. It took less than 47 seconds for the video-screens-for-walls elevator to soar 102 stories!
So WordPress sent me this message today: Happy Anniversary with WordPress.com! You registered on WordPress.com 5 years ago! Thanks for flying with us. Keep up the good blogging!
Just want to say thank you to my WordPress family. To all of you who have connected here… thank you for your comments and conversations, your support and AY-MAY-ZING talent. I am grateful.
In WordPress years I am officially 5 years old. So, as far as photography and blogging go, that would make me a kindergarten student. Yup! That’s about right. Thanks everyone!
To celebrate, here is a favorite image. This is the interior of St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York.
She was 20…. I was 21… now we are a bit older… but we are still on the journey of love and commitment… we are still kneeling at the altar… I am so grateful for my beautiful bride. Happy Valentines Day.
Had time to quickly take these shots and share them with you. This is our sanctuary (my day job is a worship pastor) where our youngest daughter will be married. We had fun decorating and time with family and friends is just priceless…so grateful…