Sunday, May 5, 2019

A View of Texas Bluebonnets for InSPIREd Sunday....

 
What could be more inspiring for Sunday Morning Worship....
 than a historical church,
in a field of wild bluebonnets.
 Saints Cyril and Methodius Catholic Church, Dubina, Texas,
 was built in the Carpenter Gothic style, popular in rural communities.
 
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and
to read two previous posts, including the interior photos.
I promise you will not be disappointed.
 
It is one of the many "Painted Churches",
 all within a few miles of my home,
 located in the rich Blackland Prairie of South Central Texas. 
 
 
The Bluebonnet is our Texas State Flower.
 
 
 
Although these photos were taken a few weeks ago, today
I can still see faint patches of color along the way.
They are heavy with seed pods,
 ready to drop
 the promise
 of next years' blooms.
 
Enjoy your Sunday !
Meggie Mac
 
 
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4 comments:

  1. ...a beautiful church surrounded by nature's gardens.

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  2. So beautiful. Texas Bluebonnets are to TX as Bluebell woods are to UK. Wild and give joy. Lovely photos.

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  3. Beautiful church, and the wildflowers are marvelous!

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  4. It must be amazing to have this church nearby! Love the church and the flowers.

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