Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Open for Soul Saving

Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Hope you have a wonderful day with your family, as I will. I have a wonderful family, and am a very lucky man.

Anyway, continuing on with our tour of Boston's North End, Ashley and I passed St. Leonard's Church on the corner of Prince and Hanover St. The church was built in 1873. Today's shot was of the Peace Garden outside the church. I got a kick out of the neon "Open" sign. It was a sharp contrast to the flower garden and statues outside. I was surprised not to see a hot dog or canoli vendor outside drumming up more business.

Open for Soul Saving

This Holy shot was taken on 10/16/2010 at 3:56 pm. Speed: 1/50s; aperture f/5.6; ISO-200. Standard Lens.

Well, we are going out for Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow, so we don't have to get up early to prepare dinner. So, I'll worship at the church of St. Mattress, and hopefully get a chance to sleep in. And if I'm not struck down by lightning, I'll be back Friday with some more shots.

Thanks for stopping by!


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