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Triton and the thunderbolt: Ayr sees the rise and fall of an ancient sea god

On Friday 15 October 1830, Ayr’s fine new municipal buildings were opened with a grand ball and supper in the ballroom within the new edifice. It had been designed in the neoclassical style – inspired by the buildings of Ancient Greece and Rome – by the Glasgow-born architect Thomas Hamilton. 918 more words

Where were you in 1985?

Since 1985, Bradshaw Construction has met the challenges of complex structural building, restoration and renovation as shown here during the reconstruction of the New Canaan Congregational Church bell tower and steeple. 107 more words

Carpentry

Grady News Report on Steeple

Here’s a further look into the historic Steeple where R.E.M. had its first performance. Relates both past and present. Report done by UGA’s Grady Newswatch. Youtube link here.

Architecture

R.E.M's Steeple

This steeple has actually formed a symbol for home to me. It’s currently going through renovations and I’m really exited to see it restored. I’ve lived in the Steeplechase community for a year and will continue to live there next year. 63 more words
Architecture

365 Days of Photos - Day 78

I attended a meeting at this church earlier in the week. I really like the steeple. So as many of you can identify with…I stood out in the parking lot taking pictures before going inside for the meeting. 7 more words

Pointing Toward Peace


This church building is one of my favorites.
Peace to you!

By M. H. Campbell

Copyright 2015

Photography