So sad to know this quaint old church isn't being saved. In it's prime it must have been a lovely little church. Love those windows.Lovely shot!
I am kinda loving your captures of this falling-down church. Somebody's got to do it, right? And you changed your blog name -- I like it alot.
Fantastic capture of this beautiful old church. It's always sad to see them in such a state but lovely in a way at the same time. I'm a new GFC follower over from Weekly Top Shot.
I love photographs of old weathered buildings. They make great photo subjects. You're captured this old church nicely!
WHat a quaint old church. Too bad it isn't being restored.
Love this shot, the colours and the way everything is leaning inwards, it's a shame no one is restoring it for historical purposes.
I wish someone would restore it! Visiting from The View From Right Here.
What a gem.. I wish it could be salvaged.We were exploring the prairies of Northwest North Dakota a couple of summers ago while my husband did work out there, and came across some abandoned country churches. I fell in love with them. So quickly when they stop being used, they go downhill. The one was already being taken over by raccoons. It was a beauty. We hated to see it going to waste.Like you - I figured I could at least preserve it in photos.. that was the most I was able.
a heavy wind & it'll be gone... wouldn't you love to have at least one of those windows... and the steeple & the sign. =0
I'm sorry to read it is slowly falling down even more.
Such character. Too bad it is in such disrepair.
This is gorgeous!!!