to entice you to visit
Lovely church and that was very romantic about the Oak tree Betty.
A beautiful church. I love the bench and the story about Vera planting an acorn after she came from England as a war bride.
This is a fine looking little church with classic lines.
Lovely white church!
What a pretty little church. I like it's red roof.
Such a nice church, much like I would expect to see in my area. Tom The Backroads Traveller
That is a lovely little church!
i enjoy your angles. the big tree is gorgeous. what a lovely quaint beauty. ( :
You've got some nice bright sunshine in New Zealand!
I just love that deep blue sky! That alone might induce me to visit NZ at this time of year. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Sunlit Sunday is such a nice way to connect with new people.
I've never seen a sky that blue, the little white church with the red roof is beautiful!Thanks for visiting me in Normandy, all the best for 2015.
I love the history.Diana
Beautiful country Church.I love the story of Vera and her acorn!
The red roof of the church just pops against the lovely blue sky. Beautiful!
Super photos, and such a clear sky. Delightful.
A fine church picture. The red roof sets this church apart and has resulted in an eye-catching image.
I think it's wonderful that the story of how the tree came to be planted there has been told. I hope many people enjoy the shelter of the oak while sitting on the bench.Welcome back to Sunlit Sunday!Karen
Hello! Thank you for visiting my blog. :)Cute little church.
A beautiful church! I love the story of the oak tree!
A beautiful church and the oak tree is so huge. What an interesting story. Visiting from Sunlit Sunday. Pamela
love NZ history and historical buildings!
Pretty church, and well taken care of. Interesting bit of history, too.
Nice, quaint and charming looking church. Very neat about the bench and the oak tree.
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