PhotoHunt 118 (6): Support – Bridge support
This was taken during our last trip to New Orleans. The structural supports/columns of the bridges. They are also supporting two road signs, and we will be there to one, the Superdome in the coming months to watch pro game to kind of support the home team.
PhotoHunt 102 (1): Beauty of progress
During my vacation to the Philippines I was surprised that the once young kids I last saw were now being teenagers, time flies so fast, we’re not getting any younger :-D, and they play instruments already much better than I do. As you can see there were even three of them playing the guitar, but one of them played bass.
They are performing services in a temporary shelter. Below is the main church building that we are helping to build through donations and support. Even when the resources are limited, it is satisfying to see it is already formed. A small amount made a great difference and impact here.
PhotoHunt 105: Twist(ed) – twisted tree
This is my “twisted” entry for this week. A tree trunk naturally twisting itself on the grounds of Port Isabel, Texas.
PhotoHunt 105: Twist(ed) – computer cables
This is one I saw of twisted photo, of cables, not so busy a network.
PhotoHunt 103: High – Turn your head up high
Thorncrown Chapel is a 48 foot high glass structure with 425 windows and over 6,000 square feet of glass. It was designed by renowned architect E.Fay Jones. Available for daily visitation, retreats and weddings. Called the most beautiful chapel in the world, the glass and steel wonder hides deep in a woodland setting. Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
Address: 12968 Hwy 62 West, Eureka Springs
Location: Countryside West
Follow Hwy 62 west, towards Beaver Lake. We are located on the right hand side of the highway about 5 miles out of Eureka Springs.
Web Address: http://www.eurekavacation.com/thorncrownchapel
PhotoHunt 103: High – keeping the equipments up high for the weekend. This was taken in West We Go (New Orleans).