Backroads of Ohio

Here is some images from the back roads of Ohio shot this past week.  

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Shots from 06.12.2012

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Mt. Tabor Church

Autumn/Fall 2011 Scenes by Blue Maple Photography.

This is a beautiful historic church located southeast of West Liberty, Ohio.  You can read more about the history by clicking here.

Doorways to Heaven

A while back I started shooting a lot of church doors.  I only shot the ones that caught my eye or had some uniqueness.  I shot quite a few here in Ohio.  There are many style and colors but a few in my area include; red doors (my favorite), stained wood, round top, onion top, and doors with crosses.  Below is a collection of some of those. Enjoy!

Doorways to Heaven-Red Doors

Doorways to Heaven-Red Doors

Doorways to Heaven-With Crosses

Doorways to Heaven-With Crosses

Doorways to Heaven-Stained Wood

Doorways to Heaven-Stained Wood

Doorways to Heaven-Round Top

Doorways to Heaven-Round Top

Doorways to Heaven-Onion Top

Doorways to Heaven-Onion Top

Doorways to Heaven-Different Colors

Doorways to Heaven-Different Colors

Image of the Day 09.14.11-Country Church

Today’s image by Blue Maple Photography is called Country Church.  This beautiful church is located in Todds, Ohio.  Clink on the image to order custom art prints, framed prints, canvas prints, or greeting card.  Note, this would make a great Fine Art, one-of-a-kind, Christmas card!

Country Church

Country Church, Todds, Ohio

Some of Ohio’s Old Country Churches

Being that today is Sunday I thought it fitting to post some image I have collected over the past few years of some of the old country churches that I discovered throughout parts of Ohio.  There are about 30 images so be sure to scroll all the way to the bottom.