Hi Betty, I know some of these churches as well. We pass them as we are heading to Central Otago. Some of them I have never seen before. They are all different and interesting.Dianahttp://adifferentlenslens365.blogspot.co.nz/2016/02/teviot-union-church.html
welcome back, we have missed you, i really enjoy the fencing it really adds to so many of them, jazzes them up so much!! hope you are well this weekend!! thanks, for joining in with us. take care. ( :
what a great collection
i absolutely love taking photos and researching old churches, NZ has a ton of them :-)
I love the turret! I'll take a lovely turret over a spire any day of the week =)
They are all interesting buildings, well worth a photograph.
What a great collection. I particularly love the last one.
My favourite is the red church
A nice and varied selection. The church of white painted wooden slats could be the site of a fire and brimstone experience in Scotland. The little red Methodist chapel could be in Wales. But these days it'd likely be a souvenir shop or a cafe. And the lovely church at bottom right might be found in a Cheshire village. In such a building you'll find ladies knitting groups and cups of tea.
What an assortment. One there that appears on another linked post this week.
They're all so lovely and different! Thanks for sharing.
Hi Betty. Isn't it funny, I was looking at your photo and trying to work out where I'd seen it - oh dear :)Diana
I have so many photos like this too. I never thought about blogging them because I didn't know where they were taken. I love that you did this creative post - and i love all the cute churches in New Zealand.
They are all some very nice churches, some you would even thing were in the UK
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