Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Today on Temple Square

Today on Temple Square

It is hard for me to hate winter and snow when I look at scenes like this!! (For those who might want to duplicate this composition, it was taken through the window in the Presidents Room, Mezzanine level, Joseph Smith Memorial Building.)

12 comments:

Robin Lamb said...

Karen, my goodness, that is absolutely beautiful!

Ruth Hiebert said...

This is beautiful and very artistic.

Bill said...

Frosty!!! Lovely shot.

Nancy J said...

A Fairy Wonderland. Beautiful.

diane b said...

Wow ! a magical scene. I like the gold statue making a colour statement. BTW tell me what it symbolises.

Laura~Pretty Pix said...

Truly magnificent!

Lady Fi said...

Wow - so gorgeous!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

wow

What Karen Sees said...

This statue of a man in flowing robes with a long horn pressed to his lips, sits atop most of over 170 temples throughout the world. This is Angel Moroni who was an ancient prophet and a central figure in the Book of Mormon which is ancient scripture and a companion to the Bible. The statue is symbolic of spreading the Gospel of Jesus Christ throughout the world.

janc@mac.com said...

That is one of the most beautiful pictures of the SL Temple I've ever seen. I love the harmonic colors and textures.

Kalantikan said...

Oh My God, that really is truly awesome. I might not be able to see such a scene in this lifetime, and definitely will not be able to shoot a picture with such incredible beauty and precision!

Felicia said...

beautiful.