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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Churches or Any Religious Building

040715church_1This is the second week of a new challenge series that I call the “The Letter C”.  I hope you like the topics I have pick out for this series.

This week’s topic is Churches or any religious building.  Here is a list of religious buildings I found from wikipedia.

  • Church including Basilica, Cathedral, Duomo, Chapel, Oratory, Martyrium
  • Mosque including, Mihrab, Surau
  • Imambargah
  • Monastery
  • Mithraeum
  • Fire temple
  • Pyramid
  • Shrine
  • Synagogue
  • Temple
  • Pagoda
  • Gurdwara
  • Hindu temples

Your photo can be of the entire building, a window, a door or even anything inside.  So there is a lot of flexibility within this topic.

Feel free to dig around in your archives for photos if you don’t have anything knew you can photograph.   Most of all I hope you have fun.  This is definitely one where you can add photos of your favorite things.

I had a marvelous response from all of you on last week’s theme of Colorful Monotones (no sepia or black and white) Photography.  Thanks everyone you always amaze and delight me.  I’m proud to announce our featured bloggers from last week’s topic. Their posts really grabbed my attention. Please check out their posts and congratulate them. Maybe you will be chosen next week.

022414-feature-bannerFeatured Bloggers

Taking a Deep Breath – All I can say is WOW on their first photo of the cave.  A terrific series of photos.

Through the Lens of My Life – I simply adore this photo.  There is so much life in it, simply stunning.

Painted Words – The first photo of the dog statue is brilliant with all the mold and the hydrangea is marvelous as well.

Life Is Great – Such wonderful textures to go along with the monotone colors.  Fabulous entry.

Come Travel Along – The ground squirrel is such a stunning photo.  An excellent variety of photos.

Pursuit of Happiness – A wonderful trio of photos, but I am particularly fond of the hydrangea flower.

Lin’s Doodles – Lin has nature as her topic for three outstanding monotone photos.

Living With My Ancestors – Such a wonderful variety of monotones for this week, although the photos of the pink quartz and dark green fern really speak to me.

Max510’s Blog – The state of Arizona in the US has some wonderful canyons and dessert and this photo is simply gorgeous.  I adore all the curves.

Current Series – The Letter “C”

The Next Series – The Letter “P” for Photograph

  • Pink
  • Pick a Topic from my Photo
  • Pairs
  • Perspective (angle unusual point of view)
  • Purple

How It Works?

Most weeks I will come up with a topic. Feel free to write me with things you want to learn about. Go through you photo archives and see what photos you have that fits the current week’s challenge, or better yet grab you camera and take a new photo!

ENJOY and have FUN.

Create a Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge Post

      1. Then add a link to your blog in my comment box.
      2. To make it easy for others to check out your photos and post, title your blog post “Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge” tag.
      3. Remember to Follow My Blog to get your weekly reminders.
      4. I usually will respond to your entry on your blog, rather than on my page.

Please check out my Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge to check out more of what this challenge is about.


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My Entry for the Week





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135 replies »

  1. Love that stained glass window, and the Abernathy Chapel projects so much serenity, I could sit and stare at it for a long long time. No entry for me today, since I just did two posts that slide right into this category.


    • Hi Carol, thanks so much for commenting. I can totally understand why you are not participating this week. Thanks for letting me know. 🙂


  2. I love that stained glass window. And the steeple. And the beautiful church on the hill. You’ve got a great collection here!


  3. Thank you so much for featuring my photo of the turtles, and thank you for the challenge! 🙂
    I love the black and white of the steeple above!


  4. Cee, Your church looks exactly like the Methodist Church I went to as I was growing up. I’m submitting a second set of pictures of the church in my home municipality of Jocotepec, all taken this morning when I went to pay property taxes and learned that the government offices are all closed until next Monday..I guess they took off two weeks for Easter, a big holiday here. This church is a bit less grand than the San Miguel Cathedral, but I love its stone artistry. I may do a third post of the inside of our church in San Juan Cosala, which is my favorite interior. Also, of the hospitalito, the ruins of the very first church, constructed under the supervision of the Spanish priests. Most pueblos have an old church, built on the ruins of the destroyed temples and often making use of the stones from the temples, and then a newer church, constructed within the last couple of hundred years.


    • I bet there is lots of history from the Spanish priests. I know I adored all the missions in Southern California. Your church is fabulous.


  5. I just love the yellow door picture! I miss doing your challenges. I have just been so out of whack lately…but I am going to start again. Your challenges are the best:) And I love seeing what you come up with.


  6. Cee, I love to participate in your challenges, but every day have more and if I want to follow me all confused and escape me the dates of each. Apologies.
    For this church there is also a week to participate? It would be Tuesday?
    Thank you.


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