This was an amazing find. I was driving around Pigeon Forge, Tennessee looking for a specific road that I had been on before a long time ago. While I did finally find the road and what I was looking for (which will be the subject of a future post) I came across this church and had to stop. I just absolutely love the architectural style of older churches and this one did not disappoint. I shot many different angles of this scene but I felt this one portrayed it the best. I really like how the clouds were aligned and the light was just right!
Here is a link to the church website with more information about it and some of the history behind it!
Middle Creek United Methodist Church
Located in downtown Tampa, Florida across the street from the University of Tampa. The sun was just setting and the color caught my eye. I really liked the light trails from the cars passing by and the ominous looking cloud formation over the church.
I came across this church while driving down some backroads. It’s located in Campville, Florida which is a small town just East of Gainesville. The front is in need of repair but I really liked the architectural styling of the building. As near as I can find the church was built around 1899. I really love old churches and I think they lend themselves to being shot in HDR.
I came across this Church while on a road trip looking for interesting things to shoot. The sign out by the road stated that this is the “Orange Creek Campville United Methodist Church.” Campville is a very small town in Florida just East of Gainesville.
On Sunday August 8th I drove up to St. Augustine. Founded in 1565 it is the oldest continuously occupied city in the United States. The architecture there is amazing. I took so many pictures and I felt like I didn’t take enough. It is such a beautiful city and I look forward to returning soon to enjoy it again! I will be posting pictures on Flickr and on here as time allows. Thanks for stopping by!