Florida is filled with white-painted wooden churches. They are beautiful against North Florida's indigo-tinted late afternoon sky. I've passed this one---in Levy County, S.R. 121, as the photographer explains----many, many times, but I never did so when conditions were right for a photograph. And now I find this: perfection. The white looks almost silver against the blue backdrop. You can literally see the ethos of the sky's color reflected in the wooden slats. "The Wacahoota United Methodist Church. Established in 1852, built in 1899," the photographer explains.
'Wacahoota Church' by Don Jones | To see his other photographs, click here | To see the full-sized version of this photograph at Flickr, click here
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