ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER ROOF – SQUARE ROOFS #16 – Garry Armstrong

It’s that time of year again and squares are back! 

A church roof, somewhere in Arizona. I have no idea if it is a real antique or a more recent creation intended to look antique. For the camera, it’s just an interesting roof. Did I mention this one is Garry’s?  It is!

Old church in Arizona. I don’t know if it was “created old looking” or is really old. In Arizona, it’s hard to know for sure.

Well, the theme is ROOFS (or rooves if you prefer). Your roof can be;

A – any type, any condition, any size, and in any location.
B – it could be a shot across rooftops, of one roof like today or even a macro
C – you might prefer to spend some time under the eaves and in the attic, or enjoy the view from above as Brian has already done today.


See you tomorrow!

Author: Garry Armstrong

As a reporter for Channel 7 in Boston for 31 years, I was witness to most of the major events affecting the region. I met a lot of people ... politicians, actors, moguls, criminals and many regular folks caught up in extraordinary situations. Sometimes, I write about the people I've met and places I've been. Sometimes, I write about life, my family, my dogs and me. Or what might otherwise be called Life.

8 thoughts on “ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER ROOF – SQUARE ROOFS #16 – Garry Armstrong”

    1. I shot the church roof because it reminded me of scenes from “Tall In The Saddle”, “Three Godfathers” and other oaters where churches played prominent roles.

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    1. “Come To The Stable” (’47) Loretta Young, Celeste Holm, Gig Young. Nuns and a church in snowy New England. Movie featured “All through a long and sleepless night” which won oscar as best song. Love the song.

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