Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Ornamental Iron and a Log Church

Ornamental iron in Andersonville Cemetery, Andersonville, GA next to the St. James Pennington Church.
This is my contribution to this weeks Taphophile Tragics. Click the link to see more.
The church was built by Brother James Pennington in 1927 in a wooded area near here. 
The church was relocated and restored by the Andersonville Guild.


Paula said...

I'm going to have to start frequenting cemeteries again. I think they're fascinating.

That's a beautiful log structure. I'm glad they rebuilt it.

cieldequimper said...

That is a beautiful post, I love everything about it!

VioletSky said...

the church is very interesting looking. is it still in use?

hamilton said...

the ornamental iron is very pretty. I must see if we have any like that around here.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

That's definitely one of the most interesting churches I've seen Barb, looooove the rusty old iron fencework.

Rambling Round said...

Oh, I just love this church! So quaint!

Nicola Carpenter said...

Beautiful pictures!

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