Weekly Photo Challenge: [Book] Cover Art

This week’s photo challenge is to come up with “cover art.” Luckily, the prompt also suggests a number of different methods of interpretation on this one as I admittedly felt a little lost. Then I remembered a personal project of mine that’s been sitting in the “development” phase for ages now – a photographic book of churches. While my personal views on religion are a bit unique, I’ve always been fascinated with churches; and particularly older, more rural buildings. The project itself is ongoing, but this image is one of the first to come to mind when I think about potential cover art. The title is a list of ongoing puns…(smile)

Arizona church fall leaves

Divine Framework

Happy weekend everyone!!

17 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: [Book] Cover Art

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    • Thank you so much! That sounds like a wonderful trip indeed! I’ve always wanted to do the “fall colors” drive up through the NE to see all the colors πŸ™‚ Arizona has them, but you have to know where to look – there’s even a website dedicated to finding fall leaves and spring flowers! The trick is always in the timing…


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    • Thank you! I generally prefer the outside as well, much for the same reasons πŸ™‚ I’m also fascinated to see the trend move from building a traditional church as best they could to the prefab/strip mall churches of today. They just don’t make ’em like they used to! Certainly seems like a statement….

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