Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Catholic Church, Camp Long, Republic of Korea

Here's another one that doesn't really belong on this blog, but given as I took the photo, I'm posting it.

Catholic Church at Camp Long, R400, Republic of Korea. This photograph was taken in April, 1987.

Monday, February 20, 2012

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic Church, Fort Collins Colorado.

I had the digital SLR on a completely incorrect setting at the time this photograph was taken, so it's a truly horrible photograph, which is unfortunate as this is a very impressive church. I'd really hoped to get a good photograph of this church, and I should have checked the stored photo before ceasing to take further photographs.

This is a very new church, was built in 2005, and is very modern, and my guess would be that it is less than 20 years old.

The following photo, taken at this church, was taken with an Ipod.

Virginia Dale Community Church, Virginia Dale, Colorado

This is the Virginia Dale Community Church in Virginia Dale, Colorado. Virginia Dale isn't really a town anymore, and may never have been, and the church isn't in any sort of town or village. This is an example of a rural church, located in a field just south of the Virgina Dale store and post office, which is just over the Colorado-Wyoming line. Other than knowing where it is, I don't know anything else about it.

The church also has a rural cemetery next to it.

Horizon Christian Fellowship, Laramie Wyoming.

This is an extremely poor photograph of an older church located directly across from the Albany County Courthouse. I was taking photographs of the courthouse at the time, and as must be with the nature of such things, I used the same opportunity to photograph this church.

This downtown Laramie Church was built as a Presbyterian church originally.

Saturday, February 18, 2012

Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church, Cheyenne Wyoming

This is Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church in Cheyenne, Wyoming. I unfortunately do not know the date of the church's construction.

This is one of three Greek Orthodox Churches in Wyoming, and one of four total Orthodox Churches. The church is in the downtown section of Cheyenne. The church is classically styled in the Greek fashion, with the Lord's Prayer carved into a portion of the building, as depicted above.

First Presbyterian Church, Cheyenne Wyoming

This is the First Presbyterian Church in downtown Cheyenne, Wyoming. The church was built in 1925. The church has a set of chimes that it uses daily at certain times, which are quite audible in downtown Cheyenne. The church is across the street from the Joseph C. O'Mahoney Federal Courthouse.

Saturday, February 11, 2012

St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Casper Wyoming

This is St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Casper Wyoming. This unusually styled church must have been built in the late 1950s or the 1960s, when this would have been on the edge of Casper, which it still somewhat is.

As a side note, this church is next to a Presbyterian Church which has not been photographed for this blog. The reason is that it is very difficult to photograph, the front portion of it bordering a major intersection and there being no way to adequately depict it. It is also of a fairly contemporary architecture style so somewhat outside the focus of the blog.