Calvary Episcopal Church The building was designed by Calvary's second Rector, The Rev. Philip Alston, and is the oldest public building in continuous use in the city. The tower was added in 1848, and the chancel in 1881. The Parish Hall was constructed in 1903, and by 1906 the number of members had increased to 535. An Education Building was completed and dedicated in 1992.
One final shot I grabbed that night just to get a slightly different angle.
Moonlit Roses - This fountain is located in center of the rose garden at the Memphis Botanic Gardens; In this picture I used a 90 second exposure, there is no artificial light behind the camera, all the light in the picture comes from the fountains under water bulbs and the full moon. Taken shortly after dark.
Westminster Abby - Medieval & Religion site on Churches~Cathedrals,Castles. Another picture that captures the majesty of Westminster Abbey.
Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: "Memphis Bridge spanning Mississippi River between Memphis, Tennessee, and West Memphis, Arkansas. Cantilever span detail, view to southwest." 1985 photo by Clayton B. Fraser for the Historic American Buildings Survey.
Memphis photograph of fireworks in downtown Memphis along the Mississippi. Hernando-Desoto bridge in the background.
Pappy & Jimmie's on Summer - moved there from Poplar Ave
Memphis | Memphis bridge over Mississippi
Parisian nostalgia by
Hong Kong Harbor Night Cruise and Dinner at Victoria Peak in WORLD
Hong Kong is Sara's favorite travel destination
and Blue satin sashes
When a man is tired of London he is tired of life. - Samuel Johnson Couldn't be more true