Saturday, April 23, 2011

Bray Park continued

 As I walked into the trees, I could see this building, through the trees.
Can you tell what it is?
How about now? can you guess what this is hiding deep in the oak forrest?
Now can you tell?
If you guessed out door ampitheater, you got it right. I have attended several church services here and the acoustics are wonderful. The sound of music carries out through the oak trees and it is magic. After church there are tables in the trees



and covered tables for picnics

13 comments:

Cindy Caudle said...

Great Photos. Wished we had leaves on my trees. Have a blessed Easter.

SquirrelQueen said...

What a beautiful place for an ampitheater. The music filtering would have an almost magical quality. Great photos Sandra.

MedaM said...

What a wonderful place for celebrating and relaxing! I can imagine that the sound of music in such environment really is magic. Beautiful photos Sandra!

MedaM said...

Oh, I forgot to say that I like your header very much. It is absolutely fantastic!

Ann said...

That park does have a little bit of everything doesn't it. Love the pictures. I just want to step right into them and have a seat :)

From the Kitchen said...

I'm thinking family reunion at that nice spot in the woods!!

Happy Easter!

Best,
Bonnie

Snapper II said...

I guessed the thingy was a band shell. Beautiful park and I love all the oak trees. You have so many parks available to you.

Thats why we call you the "MADSNAPPER "

Lynne said...

Thanks for the comment. I added that gadget. This place looks like a great place for Easter sunrise service. Happy Easter.

srp said...

I didn't even see the seats at first! I bet it does sound great... the blending of voices in song and the wind in the trees.

Ginny said...

It's God's Church, and the decorations are all his, I guess the choir is the birds, how very cool!!!! I just couldn't figure out what it was till you said.

S. Etole said...

What a happy spot to worship. Easter blessings to you.

Chatty Crone said...

Looks like a great place you could worship at - outside Easter morning...

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Looks very inviting.