Thank you Rebecca.
Tranquil and lovely! 🌟
It may not be the most sophisticated architectural solution, but I liked it and decided to share it. Thanks Susan.
The fragility of naked tree branches accentuates the solidity of the church building. The sky color and the rooster weather wane arMarvelous work, Vova.
Thanks a lot, Dolly. I am very fortunate to live in Boston because it has given me many opportunities to explore it and share the beauty of this wonderful place.
You are very welcome, Vova. You are indeed fortunate to live in Boston, but I suspect your artist’s eye would’ve spotted beauty everywhere.
I like to explore new places to see more. And I would like to do this. But now, like everyone else, I need to wait for the best time for this.
So true… Yet there is so much to explore in Boston that a lifetime might not be enough.
Yes, Boston is kind of a treasure for explorers, but I think the right way would be to expand the number of possible places to visit, both here in the US and around the world. Due to this pandemic, I missed a very promising trip to Australia and New Zealand.
I am sorry to hear that, Vova. I miss my son and my granddaughter because I don’t risk traveling even to Boston.
I hope we are moving in the right direction and things will get better soon. Blessed is he who believes.
Blessed is He Who has His plans, yet people continuosly mess them up.
Unfortunately, you are absolutely correct.
We do our best under the circumstances, and your photos add beauty to our lives.
I am glad that my photographs can maintain a good mood. But at the same time, they keep me occupied and allow me to switch my thoughts to more pleasant things.
Positive thinking always wins.
And a touch of a rainbow!
The background sky makes it spectacular.
Many thanks. I really like to use a dramatic sky as a background. It always adds to the impression of the view in some way.
Gorgeous . . . I love churches with such magnificent steeples. Thanks for sharing.
Many thanks. We are fortunate that there are many such churches with high spiers in New England. And I am happy to share what I saw and photographed.
Thank you, Alex.
Wow. What a great shot.
Thank you very much.
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