You get a triple on that one, Lowell.
Great treatment! Where would we be without triangles in construction?
Oh, I like this, Lowell! Very nice!
I've seen churches of a similar design to that. It's a good choice for the theme!
Nice find. I struggled with this theme.
I just knew that you would angle around enough to get a few photos for the theme day!
Gosh, that's a lot of triangles!
That's a heck of a pitched roof!
Une église plutôt imposante
Great choice for Theme Day! I just love what you did with the sky. Yes, my grandkids are getting bigger and I wish I could slow them down a bit, but I'm sure you know how that feels!
Plenty of triangles here. But I think that's normal for a church, they probably are secretly hinting at the holy trinity.
Triple triangles or triple threat.I know we have loved our dogs but ain't cats so much fun! MB
Yes, I'd say that architect was obsessed with triangles.
Regarding your comment at my writer's blog, the pic I use of the cat and camera as my sidebar's one I got off the net. Feel free to make use!
This is beautifully composed and shot!!
I see that churches and temples are an excellent source of triangles...I like the answer of La Cuisine: we were wrong and they are right!
I see a bunch of triangles!
"Religious triangles" :)Excellent choice, Lowell.
That is a fine church, Lowell! Triangles are so strong visyually when used like that.
Very observant to see these triangles!Thanks for pointing out the comment made by the owners of the restaurant in yesterday's post. I would try this restaurant, now that I know that they are indeed French. I still think they should use a flag that is not so similar to the French one to say they're open!
Really nice architecture and great entry on the theme.
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