No matter where in the world we travel…

…a place of prayer and worship…

…is not that far away.


 Mostly we pray for peace and health…


…and yet there are still wars and insurrections

around the globe…

…and we see some places of worship

put to other uses.





This church in Victoria British Columbia

Reminded me of…

many Australian churches which were built on land

away from the central business district of the time. 

Now the lands it stand upon is probably

prime real-estate and worth a fortune

as Victoria (BC) expands.


The steep pitch  of the roof also reminded me

of many older churches designed in the same manner. 

I was once told the steep pitch was to

assist snow to slide off the roof. 

I don’t know if that is correct, or not.



Word of the Day Challenge: Redolent

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Churches


My contribution for this week’s

Fun Foto Challenge




My main focus this week is on

Saint Peter and St Paul Church

at Ashby in Geelong.

ashby_0357These shots were taken…
ashby_0359just after it was renovated.
ashby_0398Stain glass windows looking their best.

ashby_0364Baptismal font and side altar
ashby_0356And the main entrance, above which is…
ashby_0378the choir gallery and organ.
shadow_1857bwI am not sure of this name or denomination of this church,

which is also in Geelong.

Doors and windows were my focus that day until

I realised I had a gorgeous shadow, as well.

church_0031Finally,  this building is typical of country areas

in Victoria, at least.

I think it is a church although it could be a local Hall.

The shape of the windows have me leaning towards a

Church as Halls had/have rectangular windows.


Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge: Churches