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Thursday, February 9, 2012

Friday My Town Shoot Out-Theme wood, metal, stone

I don't have to go far to get beautiful scenery to photograph in my town.

The beautiful Nazareth Campus is just about 4 miles from my house.
Wood, stone, metal
all in one shot.
This bell was the original bell used to call the workers from the fields at Nazareth when the community grew their own food and ran a large cattle farm.

The bell was in the original Motherhouse and was placed in this beautiful place of honor just a few years ago when the old gym was torn down.
Every bit of the wisteria has been cut away from the lattice  as it was so overgrown it was attracting snakes.
A shot of it last summer with all the wisteria in full bloom.


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10 comments:

Bagman and Butler said...

All in one shot! Another scavenger hunt grandslam. Thanks for the theme as well. I don't know about clearing the latice. I kind of like trying to photograph snakes -- but I understand that most of the congregation would not.

Rebecca said...

Ashame about the wisteria...but I wouldn't want snakes either! Yuck.

Jama said...

Looks so wonderful during the last summer, with flowers blooming, love it!

EG Wow said...

Super! You got all three in one!

Anvilcloud said...

It will soon look even better. Have a good weekend.

GingerV said...

great to find a shot with all 3 - the one thing about wisteria is that it will come back - again and again.
Its a beautiful weed

Ann said...

I didn't know you in Canada and America play pock up sticks. When I was young, we recycled old umbrella frames, and used them to play. O think they were better than the new set I bought.

This set is very skinny made up of satay/kebab sticks.

I got my 15 year old son to play with me. We played one day, and then we stopped.

Suzy said...

Great choice and nice bell.

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

What a lovely place, I had no idea snakes were attracted to wisteria. I will take more care in future.

J9 said...

I think I prefered it with the Wisteria. Though, you would be less likely to see the bell...