Still a nice sight.
It is such a pretty building, it should have a paint work on the outside to look better. But probably the wood is not in a good condition anymore.
Considering it is mad of wood and lasted all this time I thing it has done superbly well. Beautifull old church
That is a beautiful piece of architecture.
That is so sad that it has been left to ruin. Someone should restore it. And in light of the age of some of the building in Europe, 103 years aint much!
sure makes for great photos, though. love the b&w.
Looks like something out of a horror movie.
He was very nice at the time of its glory, and now has a great picture. Regards.
A very nicely proportioned building, especially the tower. I hope that someone thinks about preserving some of these country churches before they all disappear.
Not bad at all, and I can see where a bit of paint and a tad more of TLC would truly bring this back to life.
It sure has been a beauty...even is still. I wish someone would fix it up. Up by Lafayette, there is a church that was bought and turned into a quilt shop!
Sad since it looks like it was a beauty!
It's a wonderful old building John...
Looks nice in b&w, a little weathering makes things interesting, right?
Sad. I'm sure it was beautiful in it day and in a way it still is.
Does need a bit of TLC, but I'm sure its possible.The beaches in Tasmania are pretty remarkable really!Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
That's a beauty!
I think I would have worn my camera out taking pictures of that wonderful church. I love paint peeling , weathered things. Love the black and white ones especially.
Sad watching it fall down. But I guess, all things have their time, even St. Paul's Lutheran.
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