shades of red

By: Lesley

Feb 16 2011

Category: Walkerton


Focal Length:14.7mm
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The flowers, the detailing around the little window, and the wood, brick and stonework all add to the variety of reds on the Walkerton Baptist Church. Another view of the church can be seen here.

Participating in Rednesday and Window views

12 comments on “shades of red”

  1. What a neat tiny window. Churches always make foe good photos.

  2. Love the details of the window and also what awesome hanging flower pots!
    The Tattered Tassel

  3. Blazing reds and subtle reds, both in the same photo. How appealing!


    A woman who always saw red,
    Could not get it out of her head;
    Her dreams were red-hot,
    Although she was not
    Exactly Miss Scarlett in bed.

    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Red Leaves After Rain

  4. A charmer of a church! That little window is lovely, and the baskets add the perfect counterpoint…so glad you shared this sweet picture…:)


  5. beautifully composed image. love it.

  6. an unusual combination of brick and stone and wood, but it seems to work – probably due to the colour tones!!

  7. Beautiful photo Sweetie and thanks for stopping by my blog..This must be a gorgeous Church…
    God’s Blessings on you~~~ Hugs Dena

  8. Yes, this composition is great. Love that wonderful window.

  9. Delightful composition! The combination of wood, stone and brik does work well.

  10. The colours of the flowers and foliage were well chosen for that church!

  11. That’s a lovely composition.

  12. What a beautiful photo! And what a great idea for a blog!

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