Saturday, April 21, 2007

Photo Hunters: Steps



Stairways to Heaven: Church Steeples of Montpelier, Vermont




I look forward to all the posts to view today and all the new ideas and things to learn. Have a wonderful week!

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56 comments:

  1. Those are wonderful pictures. I love all the angles. Such beautiful blue skies too - does the sun always shine in Montpelier?

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  2. Beautiful pictures! Totally New England! I love the bright blue sky contrasting against the white building.

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  3. wow - what views!
    Fabulous perspectives.
    Happy Weekend
    L

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  4. Very cool!!! Love the different shots and the thought of "steps to heaven"!

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  5. What a pretty church. Thanks for the photos.

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  6. Wow those are all great shots! I love the first two especially, that church looks so crisp and clean, definitely pointing you in the right direction. You captured its lines so beautifully against that blue sky. Happy Hunting :)

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  7. beautiful church! thanks for sharing.

    smiles, bee

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  8. wow...those are some awesome photos. I love the angles!! Church steeples are all so awesome and unique. thanks for the visit today.

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  9. Interesting take on the theme. I had a friend who lived in Montpelier. Lovely little town.

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  10. I agree, the contrast between the white and blue are wonderful. I really like the angle in the first one and the detail in the second.

    Great choices!

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  11. What beautiful pictures!

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  12. I love the angles and the color in these shots. Wonderful work.

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  13. Those pictures are so beautiful! I love the architecture. And not a cloud in the sky!

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  14. Beautiful pictures! That's a wonderful way at looking at steps. :D
    Thanks for visiting by my blog.

    -Artpuppy

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  15. At first I was wondering "Where are the Steps?" Then I had my brain wake up and figured it out!! Silly me!! Very pretty!! I have always wanted to come to Vermont and all of the North Eastern States..Someday maybe..Thanks for stopping by my blog today..Sandy

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  16. Wonderful photos, I started from the bottom up and was waiting for the steps. then I realized. great idea
    My right hand shift key isn't working.

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  17. Brilliant - use of the prompt and the photos!

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  18. Great take on the theme! Beautiful photos too...I like the view up!

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  19. Great take on the theme! Beautiful photos too...I like the view up!

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  20. I love your "steps" photos. Very creative. Thanks for stopping by Pollywog Creek, and have a most delightful weekend!

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  21. Great shots! I just love old architecture, nothing new compares. There was a Catholic church in Los Angeles I used to go to that looked similar to this one but we lost it to a fire. This pictures brought back memories.

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  22. Those church steeples are beautiful with the bright sun shiming on them.

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  23. Those are awesome pictures. Then you always do. ;)

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  24. Beautiful pictures! The white against the the blue sky is stunning. I like your take on the theme too :)

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  25. These are such gorgeous church steeples, so white and stately and beautiful. Wonderful take on this week's theme!

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  26. stunning pics..u chose all the right angles to bring out the beauty of the architecture :)

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  27. Ooo... that's a great way to showcase today's theme! Beautiful.
    You take great pictures!

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  28. Gorgeous pictures! Thank you so much for sharing them. A great take on the theme as well!

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  29. Great photos and very good angles. What a good way to depict this week's theme.

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  30. Stairs to heaven! Just lovely. Thanks for visiting me.

    Of course I'll have Stairway to Heaven in my head as I go to sleep now.

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  31. Awesome, in the true sense of the word.

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  32. Very nice photos -- so much so that even someone like me who's not particularly religious is able to appreciate them! :)

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  33. you take such interesting pictures - even though the steps are implied in these, the perspective and subject of the photos captures more than any literal photo of steps could. excellent!

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  34. Great pictures. Very creative choice for The Hunt.

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  35. haha.. meeyauw! That's an in teresting twist to the theme :-)

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  36. Great shots! Those are all wonderful church steeples! Great interpretation of the theme. :)

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  37. What lovely pix!

    Thanks for stopping by mine :)

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  38. Those are beautiful steeples. There are more churches in Montpelier than I expected.

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  39. I like the way you interpreted this week's theme. It looks like a magnificent church. Thanks for sharing.

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  40. Awesome! Love the pics! I grew up one state over & always love photos of my old New England:)

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  41. Fun take on the theme and wonderful wonderful photos!!!

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  42. Oh, those are all beautiful!

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  43. Oh - I love all the shots you have taking. I totally enjoy the perspective with the blue sky in the background :) - Thank you for sharing.
    Blessings on your Sunday evening and always.

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  44. Super shots! I love the first one best!

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  45. nice interpretation of the theme!

    thanks for stopping by!

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  46. Wow. Great photographic skill.

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  47. Beautiful photos! And a great take on the theme.

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  48. WOW - your photos are gorgeous! Makes me long for the days in New England.

    Thanks for stopping by.

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  49. Wonderful photos! Thanks for the visit.

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  50. These are great, inspiring. A very interesting take on the theme, which has certainly been a Rorschach test this week.

    I enjoyed seeing the Vermont skies too. I used to go up often, to ski and even lived there one winter when I had determined I'd become the oldest member of the Ski Patrol, but it's been too long.
    PS
    It rained all that winter so I had to go to Colorado to ski!

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  51. Great approach!! Wonderful pictures. You are a very talented photographer!

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  52. In response to your comment on my guestbook Re: our "steps..." YESSSS!! Been remodelling for 14 years (the end may be in sight,) Disorder, yes. I'm hoping for the grand room revealing on or around Sept. 11th, Kelly's 6th birthday.

    Thanks for visiting my humble site!

    Jannie

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