Challenge Your Camera: #4 churches

Less of a tricky challenge this week though to be fair I probably take more photos of church doors than I do of churches and hardly ever church interiors.

Notre-Dame pre-fire when the spire was still standing

The Hamptons, Long Island

Mougins Village

Bayonne

Menton

Tourrettes, Var

As a way to brighten our weeks, each week Dr B from Buddha Walks into a Wine Bar is selecting a single theme to point our cameras at or to encourage us to display a few photos from our collections.

If you would like to join Dr B in #challengeyourcamera then here’s what to do:

1. Follow Dr B (link above) to discover the chosen weekly theme.
2. Select or take a few photos related to the week’s theme
3. Post your own photos that week, on any day you like.
4. Include a caption with each photo so we all know what/where it is
5. Include a ping back/link to Dr B’s blog in your post so that he’s notified, can follow you back and can appreciate and comment on your choices.
6. Include the tag #challengeyourcamera

In addition:

1. Dr B will follow you back
2. He will encourage other posters to follow you
3. He will list each blogger in my weekly post

It’ll be fun, why not join in?

19 Comments on “Challenge Your Camera: #4 churches

  1. I have found people’s responses to this challenge week quite interesting architecturally. The variation in church style is very clear to see with examples from Europe, USA, South Africa and Australia for example. Small and simple vs large and ostentatious is typical across continents although there is also an age/era difference too, and you can see it in your USA example versus the rest.
    I know you take part in lots of challenges Sheree and I am very grateful you are having a go at mine. I hope I can vary the topics enough to interest you 👍

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  2. Pingback: Challenge Your Camera: #5 Steps ‘n Stairs – Buddha Walks Into A Wine Bar ….

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