Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Who is watching?



This is the Catholic church in Laconner, WA. It is a town built on a channel and was a busy fishing, logging and shipping village until the railroad bypassed it and things could be shipped by rail not schooners. The town lay dormant for many years and left untouched so a majority of old building remain and in good condition. It is now a thriving antique and tourist town. Upscale! This church was built in the late 1800s. I thought the sun made for cool lighting.

2 comments:

Alpicks Treasures said...

where would this country be with out churches? when I was young and you saw one bing built, you would say, not another one, but now that I am older I respect them more. Have a good day.

Sue said...

This is my favorite, so grand and old!