The tree at Our Lady of Victory church on the campus of St. catherine University. I will be speaking there this evening. I like the way that sounds. 🙂
This church is located on 7th street in downtown St. Paul. It is over 150 years old. A catholic church built by German immigrants. Architectural photography is still my favorite and I spent a few hours at this church. I think I could have made a day of it there is so much to take in.
The weather has been amazing and I took a little time off on Sunday for a photo walk. This is the corner of 10th street E. and Cedar street in downtown St. Paul. You can stand on the corner and see an interesting combination of old buildings and new ones. They look like they belong together.
An unimaginative title and not the first picture I have taken of this building. I was driving home and liked the clouds and the light. I used to live across just down the street from this building and I could see it out the window but that was a long time ago.
The weather was so amazing last Thursday that I decided work would be impossible. In the afternoon I walked downtown, ate a box of popcorn and hung out in Rice park. The work was still there when I got back to my office. No regrets 🙂
So many church steeples. I have not taken photos of this old church before mostly because I don’t often get to that part of town. When I was in grade school I had a friend who lived right by this church.Â I remember playing in the parking lot. The church is in the Romanesque style and was built in 1903.