Wednesday, September 23, 2009

OutDoor Wednesday

Outdoor Wednesday is hosted by A Southern Daydreamer, for other participants go here & enjoy!

Today I have more pics of New Bern, NC. This is Christ Church ,first established in 1715.

Site of first Church building , now outdoor Chapel.


Beautiful Spanish moss on courtyard trees

Thanks for stopping by , I love to hear from you, comments are welcome. 8^)


  1. Wow...the 1700s!!! AmAZing!!!! And the Spanish Moss I love so...we have it growing on the trees along our river here in town.

    My Wednesday meme photo is now posted. Come on over......

  2. Great photos, thanks for sharing.

  3. These are great pics! I love NC and we visit there often, but I have never been to this town...I dont think at least!

  4. I love to visit old churches. Thanks for sharing. Mumzie

  5. Such lovely pictures of a beautiful place,
    Have a nice day

  6. beautiful and I tend to find spots like that so peaceful

  7. Imagine the history that must be attached to the church. Your photos are wonderful. I hope you are having a great day.

  8. Hi Myrna , wow what a really old church . I love the spanish moss in the trees also.
    Thanks for stopping by today.

  9. Hello Myrna,

    I love old churches. Great shots of the Spanish Moss. Thank you for the tour!

    ~ Tracy

  10. Hi and it's so nice to meet you! What lovely photos! Lots of history to visit! I love to walk through olden graveyards and read the the headstones!
    Thank you so much for your visit,
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

  11. very cool pics! i love that old church and i especially love old headstones...there's just so much history involved! :)

  12. Thanks everyone for stopping by and for the sweet comments.8-)

  13. I would love to visit your parts of the US someday. It's been a life long quest of mine. The Spanish moss is magical. Thanks for sharing Christ Church too.

  14. The old churches are so beautiful...wouldn't you love to just go in and sit in the back pews?
    I love the spanish moss too, I've tried to grow it in our trees but I guess it's too hot and dry here.

    Happy OW and hop on over and visit with me!


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