I mentioned to Spring
the other day about this Greek
Orthodox church I drive by everyday to and from work.
I'm interested in architecture. And this church is one of the most
beautiful (if not the most beautiful) churches in the area; I think it has a
neoclassical design—you have your gold domes, the cross at the apex, a
bell tower, but out front it has this stand of free-standing columns that
give it a unique look. Simply gorgeous.
So when I discribed it to Spring she was very intrigued and wished she could
see it. So I brought my digital camera to work so that on the way home in
the morning, I could photograph it. [will add photos when I get a chance
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