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Saturday, September 07, 2013

Homer Independent Baptist Church, Alaska

When Doug and I drove to Alaska in 2007, we visited the Homer Independent Baptist Church in Homer, Alaska.

100_0339-Homer Independent Baptist Church

I didn't capture much of the building itself in the photograph because I wanted to include some of the beautiful setting. Can you blame me?

If you'd like to see more from that Alaska adventure, scroll down my sidebar to the section, Blog Post Topics, and click on "Alaska Trip 2007." You'll find a series of posts chronicling the entire adventure.
 
Linking to InSPIREd Sunday.
 

18 comments:

  1. it is a pretty shot. simple and clean and beautiful. :)

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  2. Looking at the photo I'm wondering...is it just me or is the sky really bluer in Alaska? Absolutely beautiful!!

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  3. Beautiful setting and picture! Thanks for sharing in InSPIREd Sunday this week.

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  4. I think you placed the church just right.I love seeing the surrounding scenery.

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  5. Linda, this is a lovely little church...and that sky!!! Fantastic capture. I also love your header! Wow!

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  6. It is a lovely photo!
    Greetings, RW & SK

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  7. HI Yes it is a pretty picture and would make a great postcard for the church.

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  8. I can't blame you, Linda, it's a wonderful capture and beautiful scenery. I like the red cross in the church window, it looks inventive. :)

    I had a quick look at the older posts from your trip to Alaska and could see at least a glimpse of how wonderful it must have been. It was worth going that distance for sure.

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  9. Small churches always have a unique charm.I stop for the often.

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  10. That's a beautiful Church, and I like how you included the scenery in the photo. Very nice. My daughter lives in Alaska - she teaches school.

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  11. P.S. My (our) daughter lives near Fairbanks. My husband was up there for 30 years total - When we got married Mandy and I were there for the next 15 years as well. Don and I moved back to Montana in 2001 when my Mom passed away. Mandy and her family are still up there. It's home to her. She was 9 when we moved there. She has a Master's Degree and really loves her teaching job. She's expecting her second baby any day now. Zaeya is 2 and a real little scamp.

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  12. Neat little church... I always enjoy looking at your Alaska photos. One of these days, we will get there!!!!!

    Hope you have had a good week. I certainly have.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  13. The church building is beautiful, but the setting is spectacular.

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  14. It would be great to worship in such a pretty church in such a lovely setting....\0/

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  15. I just discovered your blog and I'm following now. So many beautiful images! If you find the time, check out my photo blog.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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