One of my rare “vertical” photos (mainly because they don’t fit properly in this blog format). The bright sunlight off the upper bricks and the dark shadows below the trees made for some challenging lighting, but I think you can get the idea of its shape, which is the most interesting part.
This is the Circular Congregational Church in Charleston, serving both a Presbyterian (USA), and United Church of Christ congregation. Few right angles were to be found in the outer walls of this church, and I loved that about it! I blogged earlier about the cemetery behind this church, and how peaceful the area back there was.
It has quite a history, which you can read here. The most interesting of which is that it was founded in 1681… which would account for the many, many old tombstones behind it.