Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Carnival at Crossroads Church


Crossroads Church appears to be a relatively small fundamentalist Christian group. I'd guess this carnival is functioning as a fundraiser of some kind. The photo was taken on Sunday morning which is undoubtedly the reason there are no hordes of screaming kids! :)

19 comments:

Linda said...

Wow, this is beautiful, Lowell, great photo! I love the colours and the sky. Great childhood memories here.

Kate said...

You've lost me...what's the connection between no kids and Sunday? They're at church?

Randy said...

I remember riding on these. Probably the wildest ride I've been on.

Pierre BOYER said...

Enjoy your day !

Pierre

llandudnopictures said...

Fantastic shot, full of colour, action and fun!

Andy said...

Did your Mum take you on any rides?

Birdman said...

I'd like a visit to the Rev. Eric Clapton's CROSSROADS chapel instead.
hahahahaha

Cezar and Léia said...

I love this image, lots of colors, shapes, lots of fun time!
Great shot!
Léia

Sharon said...

There seem to be a lot of colorful rides at this event.

Small City Scenes said...

Well maybe the kids are in Church and will be on the rides when church is over. Sunday they should be there. What do I know??? MB

Judy said...

Sunday morning is my favorite time to go out with my camera. People are either in church or still sleeping and its so quiet and peaceful.
It must be carnival time because I see there is one setting up here for this weekend.

RedPat said...

This looks too scary for me!

Jack said...

You are not going to see me up on one of those contraptions. Nosirree!

Barbara Farr said...

Wonderful. A great big mechanical flower.

longbeachpeninsuladailyphoto said...

This is a truly magical shot, Lowell. I love it!

Kay said...

Great colors! I'll stay planted on the ground, however.

magiceye said...

Lovely perspective with the blue sky background!

JM said...

Cool colourful shot, Lowell!

Karl Demetz said...

Beautiful shot, Lowell, I love the perspective and the bright colors.

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