The Old barn in Coeur D' Alene, Idaho

The Old barn in Coeur D' Alene, Idaho
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I have a great Interest in Photography, I love reading and learning, I enjoy many different ways of expressing my talents in art. I Like culinary food art, carving fruit and vegetables and catering parties. I like drawing and water coloring as well. Other activities I enjoy are dancing, golfing, racquetball and bowling. However, my favorite things to do is travel, eating out and taking pictures along the way. I am a member of the Nevada camera club. It is one of the best ways of learning Photography because you get to learn will doing. I learn so much from the other members, their classes and field trips. What pushes me the most is their competitions. I am currently learning photo shop on my computer, That might take me a few years though.

Friday, April 15, 2011

My Friday Town Shoot Out...



Our subject for this week is... Churches or places of Prayer.

13th century church in Ireland

Same church different angle





These were all taken in Ireland,  I love the ruins of old churches.



I also was able to meet one of my fellow bloggers this last Friday, Doreen from Illinois. Her blog is "My Reflections as I Shutter along."  It was so fun meeting her, she's very nice, JarieLyn brought her in to where I work at Applebees as a bartender and they took a short road trip to Red Rocks afterward. I had to say at work, bummer.  She took the picture of me and I took them off her blog. I'm naughty I know. JarieLyn's Blog is Write Place! Write Chick! Just in case you were wondering or want to check out their blogs.  See ya next time!


6 comments:

Kim, USA said...

Wow this is beautiful!!!

FTSO

Sandra said...

lovely old churches, the ruins are my favorite. i love old things and the older the better and can't get much older than these. you look great and so do the others. now we have met 3 bloggers and know their faces.

Bagman and Butler said...

I love the old ruins as well. And it is great to see evidence that we are also real people who have lives outside the computer screen!! Hooray for the three of you.

(Queenmothermamaw) Peggy said...

I missed your post last Friday. Those are some great looking items. Great post and today was great too. I would love to go to Ireland. Might not get to getting too old to travel that long and that far. Blessings
QMM

Pauline said...

I was hoping to find some old ruins today but it was a surprise to find there here, Gayla. A very pleasant surprise I might add. Love 'em.
It's great that you three met up! I'm envious.

Gal Friday said...

Nice to meet you--I came over by way of JarieLyn's blog. Your photos of those old Irish churches are so good(and lucky you to have been able to travel there).

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