On top of New York City!! My first time ever taking photos from up above! The photo I’ve been wanting to take for years!!! Finally happened tonight! It was worth the frost bite and being in extreme cold to capture NYC from here.
Doing something a bit different than what you all are use to from me. This is the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame/Dawsonville City Hall. I went here last winter to the museum and they had the giant Christmas tree out front decorated. It was an amazing site for a racing Museum that I couldn’t resist the the capture. Hope you all like it as much as I did!
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Salt Spring Island’s oldest church was founded in 1878 by Father Donckele, the first Roman Catholic missionary to the Gulf islands. Erected between 1880 and 1885 by members of the community, the windows, door and bell were acquired from father Rondeault’s “Butter Church” in Cowichan Bay. The materials were brought in Indian canoes from Cowichan Bay to Burgoyne Bay, then by ox-drawn stoneboat to this site. The church was formally dedicated on May 10, 1885, by Bishop J. B. Brondel. Coloured stonework was added about 1973.