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Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Salt Lake Temple



Here are two non-traditional pictures of the Salt Lake Temple.  The first abstract one is the reflection of the temple in the reflection pool (imagine that).

5 comments:

2P and Super B said...

that first one looks like a temple in Thailand or something. I really like that second one. There can be so many meanings in it...the freedoms we enjoy one being the freedom of religion. The truth of the gospel and the need for our country to have more truth/morals etc...
I could go on...but I just think it is a beautiful picture.

GA Howes said...

I really like the second picture. As you know, our family is very patriotic and it is good to see a piocture like that. It somehow makes me feel complete as a citizen and daughter of God. I am so greatful for the freedoms that we enjoy to worship as we choose.

Damitz Family said...

They're both beautiful, but I love the second one. There are so many meanings in that shot and I'm so grateful for every one of them!

Jen and Alec said...

Wow, I didn't know about this blog, so I am so glad you left a comment on mine. I knew you were good, but it is fun to see just how good you are! It is a skill I wish I had.

The Holloways said...

Hi--I somehow just came accross your blog and was so impressed! You take beautiful pictures! I too am a hobby photographer--not NEARLY as talented..but working on it! :)

Thanks for sharing your wonderful talent! If you don't mind, I will add you to my list of photo blogs on my link list--if that's not okay, let me know and I will take it off!