Friday, June 10, 2011

Photohunters: Triangle

This church we drove by in the West Virginia mountains had little triangles above the windows and the roof pitch formed a triangle. Also the little steeple was a three dimensional triangle.
The church at the Beckley exhibition mining town (below) had lots of triangles.
The superintendent house, below, at the Beckley mines also had a triangular roof pitch.
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Cezar and Léia said...

Bonjour dear Carver!
Lots of triangles there!I like a lot the white color and so beautiful details around the windows.I also love the fence in that last shot, great angle in the picture.
Have a nice weekend

Sue said...

Lots of great examples of triangles. The church in the first pic is my fave though. Happy photo hunt!

Annie said...

I love your take on the theme. I really love old country churches like those. And that's a wonderful house!

Have a good weekend and keep cool!

LifeRamblings said...

the churches seem so quaint and lovely. the house is gorgeous.

Liz said...

Lots of triangles there. I love the last photo.

Have a fabulous weekend!

Liz @ MLC

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Great capture of geometric shapes... I love that first shot. There is much to see in WV and your photos are lovely.


jmb said...

Yes, you found lots of triangles for today. I was rather stuck!

Have a wonderful weekend Carver.

Anonymous said...

great finds. you found a lot of them.

ancient one said...

wonderful triangles.. beautiful photos !!

YTSL said...

Wow... West Virginia! It seems such an exotic part of the world to me... and have to admit that my primary association with it is John Denver's "Country Road". :b

Crafty Green Poet said...

what beautiful buildings!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful shots for this week's theme. I love the simplicity of old wooden churches.

Have a great weekend.

jams o donnell said...

Very nice Carver. I do like the church very much. Have a great weekend

Regina said...

Beautiful church!
Happy weekend.

srp said...

The second little church reminds me of the small country Methodist church my father's family attended... well.. they made up the bulk of the church. It served for over 100 years and had the most beautiful stained glass, even though it held barely 50 people at a time. When the termites finally had their way with the basement structures, my cousins reclaimed the glass and preserved the panes as art. One piece went to a nearby town.. the Methodist church there absorbed the little farm congregation... others went to those whose ancestors had donated them.

My lighthouse triangles are here.

Susanne said...

Beautiful shots of the old churches and house. I just read a novel based in an old mining town so seeing these now was neat.

EG CameraGirl said...

You found TONS of triangles!