Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Churches and Religious Buildings

Salt Lake Temple
Waiting for the bride

I’m a little late to this challenge, but here are a couple entries.

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19 thoughts on “Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Churches and Religious Buildings”

    1. Thanks, Marilyn. It is an impressive bit of architecture, especially if you consider that it was built in the mid to late 1800s and they quarried the granite from about 16 miles away from the building site in a canyon. 🙂

    1. Thanks, Stacy. On the first image, I had just purchased a lovely super-wide angle lens (16-35mm) and had a lot of fun playing around with it. The second image is in the small town of Luss. There was a wedding at the church that day.

      1. Ooh, my husband told me to look at getting a wide angle lens for my bday. It has been on my wish list but, in the end, I just wasn’t sure I would use it enough to justify the expense. Instead, I’m renting a mirrorless camera to weigh the pros and cons of perhaps switching systems entirely :). But wide angle shots like yours are just so captivating!

      2. I love playing with this lens. It’s a Tokina 16-35mm, and you can get it to mount either a Nikon (what I have) or a Canon. The price wasn’t too outrageous. I take a lot of pictures of buildings for my husband’s company (he’s a structural engineer), so it made a lot of sense for me to add a good wide-angle to my camera kit.

        Mirrorless intrigues me. I would love to hear what you think of the one you’re renting. 🙂

      3. Thanks for the info on the lens. I have a Nikon too, so that’s good to know. And I’ll definitely let you know. I’m actually taking Robin Kent on a hike tomorrow morning to shoot Virginia bluebells in an area only accessible with a pass that I have. It will be fun and instructive on so many levels, and since the Fuji arrives tonight, I’m going to take it along and put it through its paces 🙂 Perfect timing!

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