Saint Francis of Assisi II

This is the entrance into the church offices. I like the glass and the modern looking cross.

Once again - do you prefer the black and white or color version?

PS: I am really enjoying Alabama! Birmingham is a lovely city. I just wish it wasn't raining. Our first round of golf on Saturday was a little wet, but not too bad. We didn't get to do much in the afternoon though. I had dreams of wandering the streets of Bham and snapping photos here and there! Today we're playing again at Oxmoor and then tonight we're off to Pratville (just outside Montgomery) where we're playing two rounds on Monday at Capitol Hill. If you're into golf, the Robert Trent Jones trail is definitely worth it!


Jacob said...

These are both nice; great reflections. On Friday, I'd like the colored photo; on Monday, the B&W.

I've heard much about the Robert Trent Jones trail and have seen many pictures of it. You're lucky to be able to play the different courses and I hope you have a great day. A hole in one would help, right?

Vogon Poet said...

I try to avoid this question because I never see a any reason to strip colours from a perfectly good photo. When I was young B&W was practically the only choice for an amateur, so I'll keep my colours anytime now.
Even in your case I like better the real photo, which is the colored one, and a really good image.

Per Stromsjo said...

An elegant entrance. In this case, I'd say B&W. I like your church series. We should do one ourselves.

Kate said...

Unlike VP, I think that B&W often enhances the photo. I definitely prefer it to the coloured one.