Very elegant.The "five o'clock shadow" is a nice bonus in the photo.
This church appears to be rather new.
@B SQUARED: You are right. I can't find any information about the year of the construction, but I believe the building must be about 50 years old or so. Well, I don't remember anything being there before! :-)
I put a link to your blog on my blog. I hope that's ok.
I love the look of this church. It's lovely in every direction.
So beautiful. I love the contrast of the white church and the blue sky.
Not bad for a relatively modern church. If its age is confirmed around fifty it is obvious that is well kept and has been recently restored.I like it very much, the painted bas-reliefs in the niches are a bit funny but surely beautiful.
Beautiful building, beautiful shot. The style reminds me of Union Station in Los Angeles.
OK, I've found it! The church was built in 1953. I said 50, well, it's 57 yo. :-)@Wayne: It does indeed! I've just googled and realized the station was built in 1939 (late Art Deco).
I like the looks of this. You know, for a church. But I'd hate to try to go to Mass in a wheelchair - look at all those steps!Beautiful photo with the light hitting the church against that very blue sky!
I really like the lines in this photo and the color just pops! I would like to see the red/green building in the background again. ;-)
beautiful clean looking facade.
This really is a beautiful church. I like the pictures in the archways--like frescos. Just nice lines. MB
Quite pretty for a newer church, since they really don't build them like they used to (like several hundred years ago building)! I like the painted reliefs.
Appears 5:30 is not a popular time here.
It is interesting how this modern church relies on the old design themes - not a bad thing in «Louis'» view, especially considering that one of his pet architectural peeves are modern churches such as Le Corbusier's Chapel at Ronchamp - absolutely horrible.
Post a Comment