Photo Challenge – Timeless Stone

“This week, think about Time and portray it photographically.” Haddonfield, New Jersey

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These beautiful churches, created with stone, fascinate me. I love to look upwards and imagine myself in another century, amid the many souls who have walked beneath the steeples, crosses and outer walls of these amazing houses of worship. I hope when I am gone on to a better world these churches will still stand, a testament to the eternal nature of God’s love.

“Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever thou hadst formed the earth and the world, even from everlasting to everlasting, thou art God.” ~ Psalm 90:2

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The exterior molding surrounding the stained glass window is a soft gold.

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Beautiful churches can be found in many towns all around the world.

5 thoughts on “Photo Challenge – Timeless Stone

  1. Haddonfield seems a quiet and quaint like a European town- seems like you have stepped back in time, maybe 50, maybe 100, maybe 200 years back. The backdrop of the blue skies against the ageless granite or brick stone is amazing- as though nature and time have gotten together to create a work for posterity. For this prompt, I think you got it exactly right- these are the best examples of timeless stone.

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    1. Thanks Susie, It’s a great place to walk. There are many unique shops and places to eat. It’s also a great place to window shop. I took a lot of photographs…we’ll see if they turned out or if there are too many reflections in the windows. So many of them had really pretty Valentine’s Day decorations.

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