St James Lutheran

By: Lesley

Dec 30 2011

Category: Cambridge, sacred

11 Comments

Aperture:f/4.5
Focal Length:6.5mm
ISO:125
Shutter:1/500 sec
Camera:DMC-ZS7

On Queen St, atop this hill in Hespeler, under a cloudy, almost mackerel sky, sits St James Lutheran Church. I could find no history of this church with the immaculate lawn other than it was built in 1867. Photo taken in early December when all the rain kept the grass lush and green; now the terraced lawn is likely snow-covered.

Participating in SkyWatchFriday

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11 comments on “St James Lutheran”

  1. A quietly grand church on the hillside! Beautiful perspective looking upward to the sky!

    May you enjoy good health, peace and happiness in 2012!

  2. Great shot!! Happy New Year from Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  3. Quite an impressive looking church.

  4. Beautiful capture, with the fine texture of the cloudy sky providing a perfect backdrop for the church.
    Have a wonderful New Year!

  5. Lovely church, and lovely fluffy clouds:)
    Have a Happy New Year!

  6. Nice shot :0) Happy New Year ! :0)

  7. Love the green knoll with the steps, Lesley, and I think the sky is lovely, too. A lovely photo.
    Happy New Year!

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

  8. this is a beautiful photograph. this should be on this church’s pamphlet,

  9. Beautiful building.

  10. How about that. Constructed in same year the Dominion of Canada was born.

  11. Gorgeous church and beautiful broken-cloud sky! (I might feel like I’d already done my penance by the time I walked up all those stairs though ;>)


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