1950 (or 1925)
I didn’t know it when I set out, but finding this church is the whole reason for taking the back roads last Saturday.
Up here on the High Plains, almost all the roads are set up on a straight north-south/east-west grid (except for curves to avoid playa lakes), and the buildings are built parallel to the roads. And then there was this church set at an angle to the road. It was a bright surprise.
Lubbock County, Texas
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