The day’s long goodbye

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White churches dot the Nova Scotian landscape. Some of them are still active churches, others have turned into other things (karate studios, for some reason, seemed to be a popular re-use), and still others are in various states of falling apart.

This church and its graveyard caught the late afternoon light in a way that was very nearly spiritual.

St. Barnabas Anglican Church
Chezzetcook, Nova Scotia
photographed 8.6.2015

Posted on August 15, 2015, in Photography and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. The gravestones poking into the ground seem to me to echo the windows poking into the church. Great light. Nice sky. Lovely photo.

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  2. Gorgeous photo, wow!!❤️

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  3. Fantastic shot and subjects.

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    • Thanks, Richard. I saw a LOT of churches when I was Nova Scotia (and it probably started to feel like we were stopping at all of them) but this was the one with all the things I was looking for – good light, some clouds, and a cemetery. (But don’t worry – this is the only Nova Scotian church image you’ll see here on the blog…)

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  4. A nice image. I like the light and the grave markers, but mostly I like the happenstance of the phone pole that looks like a cross.

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