The B/W archive coughed up this negative with a wonderful detail of the exterior artwork on the tunnel of terror ride at the St. Helen Catholic Church’s Harvest Festival from sometime in the last century in Vero Beach, Florida. The horror was precipitated by a rickety little car on rails jolting through a dark trailer while encountering a mixture of mostly cliche, but immeasurably fun, scary props. After all these years, my regret is that I did not take a […]
Let us not forget the insects this holiday season! Especially the hard working pollinators, who we should all be grateful for. As seen at the Oslo Riverfront Conservation Area (ORCA) the day before Christmas Eve.
For this Sunday’s Church Survey we look at what appears to be a church set amidst a wooded setting but all is not as it appears. Only from this one spot can this peaceful scene be realized. In actuality, the church sits amidst a sea of grass and asphalt and closely faces the back of another building, which the trees are most likely an attempt to hide.
This Sunday Church Survey is a detail of a sort of modern Gothic-revival inspired construction that looks like they mixed a bit of spaceship design in there as well. The fact it is sitting amidst the palm trees makes it look all the more incongruous. A possible set piece for a science fiction movie?