A Slice of Life 2012

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Dream April 25, 2012

Filed under: 52/366 Challenge — Tammy @ 8:49 am
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First Presbyterian Church is the oldest standing church in the state of Nebraska (dating back to 1856).  In the mid 1800’s a Reverend and his missionaries had a dream to build this church and as you can see it became a reality.  As a little girl I had a dream that someday I would be married in this church and in 1991 I was.  I just love how quaint it is with the little white picket fence.  It has always seemed so inviting.  For some history on this church, click here:  First Presbyterian Church

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12 Responses to “Dream”

  1. lynn Says:

    it is beautiful and I love your history with it

  2. PC PHOTO Says:

    …. and so 2 wonderful Dreams were fulfilled. Such a pretty sight with the spring blooms.

  3. Tony Says:

    There are dreams that come to reality!

  4. danudin Says:

    Now that they have built it, and you got your dream I expect that it will be over run by baseball players of a by-gone day.

  5. birdgardenau Says:

    Such a beautiful church
    and so beautifully photographed – so glad you realised your dream
    Iris
    http://inmyworld-2012inphotographs.blogspot.com/

  6. bonniegunkel Says:

    Well you know I love me a church steeple. This is such a cute little church…I can totally see you getting married here. And where is your “like” button? 🙂 🙂

  7. steve254 Says:

    Wonderfully capture Tammy, I love church images.

  8. Madelaine Says:

    I can see why you dreamed of having your wedding here…..a picture perfect place. Love the processing and hope your marriage is as dreamy as this photo!

  9. Steve Says:

    Great composition…lovely shot

  10. Ellen Says:

    What Madelaine said! 🙂

  11. hmca14 Says:

    What a picture perfect place to get married……bet this would work well with a painterly effect…..no grungy textures though…LOL!!!!


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