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Friday, May 25, 2018

Friday Foto Friends


Here are some photographs I took a couple weeks ago in Tennessee.  I love little white churches and there are bunches in Tennessee.


Cades Cove

Cades Cove





I really hate to see this falling apart

It looks like this is an event center now
I hope you enjoyed my pictures.  If you'd like to join in with Friday Foto Friends, click here.

Hope you have a wonderful day and thanks for visiting.

Cathy

11 comments:

  1. Love the old white churches! We attend an old little white church now. It was built in the mid 1800's. Love it. The people are very special there too...there is a wonderful spirit. That's the most important part. Enjoy your weekend.

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    1. How wonderful that would be. Yes, the spirit is the most important part. Hope you have a great weekend too.

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  2. Cute little churches! Yes sad when once loved buildings are neglected and falling apart like that.

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    1. Yes, it is. Thanks for visiting. Have a great day!

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  3. Hi Cathy, Love the church photos and it's so true and sad seeing a building falling apart. Have a blessed day.

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    1. Hi Toni. Thanks for visiting and I hope you have a wonderful day too.

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  4. I love wooden country churches - nice collection

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  5. Wow, thank you for sharing these photos. I love them!!
    Have a great weekend....

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  6. I love the old wooden churches too! These are pretty.

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  7. I really enjoy seeing these white wooden churches that are so different from the stone ones we have in France. Unfortunately some of ours are also in a very poor state of repair and I always find it heartbreaking to see them collapse because they represent more that just walls, as if all the prayers that have been said into them had filled the places with an indelible presence. Wishing you a nice Sunday, Cathy!

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  8. I love these photos! I like to capture the little churches in the countryside, too!

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Thanks for visiting and commenting. Have a wonderful Day!

Cathy