This is the Second visit To The Albuquerque New Mexico Temple on this trip. I came back by myself for the Dusk shots that comprise this visit.
The initial plan had been to hang out at the temple until we were done for the night, but my daughter began to throw a fit, and slapped her Mom. even though it was only around 3:30 in the afternoon we decided it was time to put her down for the night. This meant that I was alone when I came back, and could stay later than anticipated.
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This was the second to last stop on a month long road trip that saw us visiting 30 temples. The trip was myself and my oldest daughter, then around the age of two.
The Albuquerque New Mexico Temple seems to be a long way from anywhere. It was several hours from our previous stop on an epic road trip, and it would be late morning the following day before we would reach the next. I must say though, this temple goes well with those mountains.
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Part of the Epic Summer Road Trip of 2011, Baton Rouge Louisiana Temple sits way back on the property the Church owns there, since the Chapel is up near the road, the temple is not actually visible from the road if you approach from the north.
Continue reading “Baton Rouge Louisiana Temple, 25 June 2011”
Birmingham Alabama Temple sits nestled in a small valley, surrounded on
2 sides by hills that are taller than it. The circles on the temple
are under the inverted stepped trim. This puts the windows down to
ground level, allowing them to be Floor to ceiling inside the temple.
The windows are stained glass.
Continue reading “Birmingham Alabama Temple, 24 June 2011”
Having served my mission in Georgia, I have wanted to See the Atlanta
Georgia Temple since 1995. It was the habit in our mission that
Missionaries were allowed to go with the President and his Wife their
last day in the Mission. The Temple was undergoing a small renovation
when I left so that would not have been at all possible. The temple had
been undergoing another (this time massive) renovation the year we
planned this trip. The re dedication took place 3 weeks before we
started our trip. It was a pleasant surprise to be able to add this to
the trip. Beautiful Day for it too.
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After my family bedded down in the hotel for the night, I headed back for what might have been my one time chance to get night shots!
Continue reading “Boston Massachusetts, 11 June 2011 (Late)”
The Bismark North Dakota Temple was the first temple stop on our epic road trip for the summer of 2011. Over the course of a month we drove over 10,000 miles and saw more than 30 Temples. We had stopped at Mount Rushmore on our way out, but this was the first actual temple stop on that trip.
Continue reading “Bismarck North Dakota Temple, 04 June 2011”
I was here with my family today for a cousins wedding. It was a bright, hot sunny day, and like all photo shoots since going digital, the inside of my camera was covered with dust.
Continue reading “Bountiful Utah Temple, 18 July 2009”