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Saturday, February 10, 2007

St Thomas the Apostle


This view of the rear of St Thomas the Apostle on Lumn Road was taken from Tinkers Passage.

9 comments:

Su said...

I am envious of your green grass! I must also say, I miss the old churches in the UK. There are not many old things (well, not more than a hundred years or so) in Lubbock.

santy said...

oh, yes... just like Su, I do love those green grass!

Helen said...

I love this photo!

lynn said...

Are you going to show it under snow as i did? lol would be interesting to see!

Gerald England said...

sorry Lynn I can't. The picture was taken in the time between this years two bouts of snow. It really hasn't lasted much in this neck of the woods.
Now my picture of Feb 2nd has a link to a pre-snow view.
My Feb 9th picture - pylons - I might well take a post-snow pic of that -- there I thought the snow really brought out the contours.

If there's a lot of snow on the ground anytime you won't find me venturing around the back of St Thomas' for a picture.

Oya said...

I like this photo very much. Felt little bid sad though...

blueboat said...

Lovely church.

Seesaw said...

Beautiful!

Carlos said...

I really love this graveyard.

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