Outing to a 1931 Log Cabin Church

On 12-29-2010 I left in 29 degree weather to meet up with Pat Worley and Terr Wilson. Wow! Talk about a coincidence In my previous post I we left on 12-17 and it was 17 degrees, and for the church trip we left on 12-29 and it was 29 degrees. Hey Pat, maybe they will change the dates around so that there is a month with 55 days, this way we can go out in warmer weather. 🙂 LOL.

The first picture of the interior of the church was shot in HDR.

The next image is a special effect that Pat showed me how to do. It is to have the effect of rays coming out from the center of the picture. Terry and Pat have  better representations I do.      

It was a great day and we were inside for the entire shoot. Later we went to a very inexpensive and nice chinese restaurant.  Then Pat gave me a tour of beautiful Medford Lakes and all the log cabin homes in the area.

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3 Responses to Outing to a 1931 Log Cabin Church

  1. Terry says:

    Nice images! Actually I like your zoom image for its subtlety, and wouldn’t say that Pat’s and mine were any better. Just different. In yours, it looks like light is actually emanating from the madonna and child. Did you zoom really fast or what?

  2. denisebushphoto says:

    Looks like you had some good trips. I like the church interior and the snow geese.

  3. Pat Worley says:


    I will work on changing the number of days in a month to coincide with the temperature. LOL. Until then, we will have to make due with the calendar as it stands. Love your pics and love the narrative! Looking forward to our next trip!


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