A photo a day of Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills & Palos Verdes Estates, located on the hills of PV peninsula at the southwestern tip of Los Angeles county
How lovely. Tash, you did a superb job on this one. Oh my! Very inspirational pour moi!V
I think it would be a little bit of a distraction, but also inspirational. Best of all, if the sermon was a little boring, it would offer a view to let the mind wander off a little. I wish my church's pews had cushions like these.
I just checked the original post: this is a really lovely building. About your question I can't say, the view from your photo points toward distraction, but I'm not so sure. I think this is the first church I see with windows at eye level.Very good image and interesting post, I'm curious to read the other comments...
What a wonderful distraction during a boring sermon! Great photo!
That's a nice little neighborhood. I remember attending a wedding in PV bak in de 90's. The church was also on the coast, near the water, and seemed to be on a cliff. I wunder if this could bee de same 1 ?Maybe if you put up some pics of the parking lot & courtyard I could tell 4 sure.
wow Tash!Fantastic shot!MAny thanks for sharingLéia
Do people come to church early just so they can get the seat by the window?
A distraction for sure! We just visited a church in Sedona today where I was thinking the same thing about the view.
May be the both , nice shot !
Virgina beat me to it with the word "inspirational!"
Wow, talk about distraction!
I think I'd go to church more often with a view like this!
A distraction for sure! This is a lovely photo :)
Wow, it must be difficult to pay attention to the mass when you have such lovely view outside the window!Superb Photo. Regards!
Depending on the day it would be both...a nice distraction or a way to let my thoughts fly over the Ocean!!
I think it could be both distraction and inspiration depending on the sermon!
I remember when I was around 6 years old. A friend and I were outside that church , climbing thru past a little wall to get down to an area that was closed off to the public close to the water. My friend's teacher was inside the church at mass and saw us. She came running out, desperate to save us. We were so surprised. We probably climbed down there once a week or more. If you were small enough to squeeze thru, it should be ok, right?
The light doesn't get any better than this. Such a lovely photo Tash!
Oh I love this one.
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