Saturday, February 01, 2014

Church in Liberty

 On our way back from checking on the cabin at the lake, we decided to not take the Interstate but come back the old way. You still have to get off the new four lane highway to see the main street of Liberty. 
 I asked Prince to stop so I could get a good photo of the Baptist Church. Then since there was this large cemetery on the left, I had to go take a few photos because one I am fascinated with old graveyards and it was a gorgeous sunny day but very cold. 
 As I stepped inside the old iron gate, I took a photo looking right and then another looking left. 



 Then I became intrigued with the older tombstones. I think it is wonderful that these have survived old Mother Time. Makes me wonder about the time in between the dates they were born and when they died. 
One more view as I left. The front had a rock wall which I would have liked to included but my hands were getting numb at this point. 
The Kitty Justice is I would like to go back an explore plus venture inside the Church. 

4 comments:

Lee said...

Old, old cemeteries do hold a fascination.

Small City Scenes said...

I love traipsing through old cemeteries. The tombstones back then are so neat. Lotsa babies in the old cemeteries too. Very sad.
Cool looking church. MB

Lady Di Tn said...

Lee,
I wish each one had at least one story printed on the tombstone so we could get a glimpse of the person who resides under the stone. Peace

MB
When you stroll around do you feel like you have walked into a area that stands still and history rings loud. Peace

Small City Scenes said...

I sure do.