Sunday, January 27, 2008

Church Steeples

Two of Selma's downtown church steeples are easily visible from this angle of the courthouse and Centre for Commerce parking lots. First Baptist, Lauderdale Street, is on the left, and First Presbyterian's clock tower is to the right. The steeples of Church Street United Methodist Church and St. Paul's Episcopal Church are nearby.

8 comments:

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

This is a great shot!

Olivier said...

cette eglise est vraiment tres belle, bravo pour la photo

This church is really very beautiful, bravo for the photo

Squirrel said...

Really nice shot! Pretty!

Jim said...

Nice view, do they have bells that sound?

Rambling Round said...

The Presbyterian church has a carillon with bells that chime on the hour and hymns that are sometimes played.

slim said...

Very nice . . . I would like to be there when the bells chime. We have some those street lanterns in Quincy as well ;)

Halcyon said...

Pretty! Very quaint looking. :)

Andrée said...

The white Baptist steeple is really pretty and unique. All of our spires are white clapboard. No, wrong: the city has brick towers. I like this photo a lot.