Photography ~ First Baptist Church, Old Street, Fayetteville, North Carolina, 03/24

[Flickr photo uploads]

Beginning Wednesday of next week, 04/01, I can start shooting the photos I have been waiting for. That is, the sun will set a few degrees more to the north. With that, the south spire,the tallest one, will be silhouetted and have a golden reddish glow from the sun, assuming clear to partly cloudy skies. Screen shot from the iOS TPE App below.

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Following today’s shoot, I was in position to capture the Fayetteville Fire Department extinguishing the fire at the St. Joseph’s Episcopal Church at Moore Street.

Author: jalexartis

Avid cyclist, who loves photography, technology, blogging & cooking...

3 thoughts on “Photography ~ First Baptist Church, Old Street, Fayetteville, North Carolina, 03/24”

  1. Jim, so sorry to hear about the church catching on fire, this saddens me greatly. The feature pictures are very beautiful and makes you feel grateful you’re alive…
    Take care and happy blogging to ya, from Laura ~

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    1. Indeed–particularly with the history of that church. I am thankful I was there. I would not have been if I had not gone to capture other pictures. Thanks for you comment. I always appreciate them. BTW, did you see my Sunday marathon pictures? –jim

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      1. Jim, yes indeed I’m also glad you were there to document the moment. Oh I must have missed the marathon pictures, will go there now to check them out, thanks so much for alerting me…

        Take care and happy blogging to ya, from Laura ~

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