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Cathedral of the Holy Cross

The Cathedral of the Holy Cross is situated in the SOWA neighborhood. It is the cathedral for the city and surrounding area. It was started in the late 1860’s, right after our country’s Civil War ended and dedicated in 1875.

Cathedral of the Pines – Part II

More views from Cathedral of the Pines.

Cathedral of the Pines

The other day, I posted an image of a farm house and barn that many people found appealing. It was the home of The Sloane’s, a family that founded the Cathedral of the Pines in Rindge, NH. This lovely outdoor chapel has a wonderful view of Mount Monadnock (seen here). The story goes that the family bought the farm and land with plans that their children could all build homes there. One son, Sandy, chose the spot where the chapel is located because a storm in 1938 took down enough trees to open up this view of the mountain. Unfortunately, Sandy died in World War II. In August 1945, the family wanted to hold a memorial service for their son. They chose the clearing where Sandy had planned to build his home for the location of the service. Soon, others began to ask to hold services there as well. Today, it is an ecumenical chapel with a bell tower and visitor center.

Monochrome Monday in Montreal

Habitat 67 BW

This above image of Habitat 67 was included in yesterday’s gallery and received several comments about its unique appearance. It seemed like an interesting image to make into BW. The other images are from the government buildings around the old city and a section of Notre Dame Basilica.


Notre Dame

Daily Prompt: Inside the Actor’s Studio

Favorites are tough for me, but this is one of my favorites from a trip I took to Poland this past spring. This is a statue of the Virgin Mary infront of the cathedral in Wrocław Poland.