Thursday, May 23, 2019

Jay's Park

This is the small park where yesterday's sign was found and you can see the sign towards the right of the pic. That large building in the background was a church which was built in 1899 and which has been a Hare Krishna Temple for years now. I took this pic in mid April and now the leaves are starting to come out on the trees and the grass is growing so I will have to go back for a summery pic in a little while.

13 comments:

William Kendall said...

Even a couple of weeks will make quite a difference.

Taken For Granted said...

Impressive church building. Glad it has found continued use.

Anne Hagman-Niilola said...

Handsome building;-)

bill burke said...

Beautiful stone building and a nice wee park.

Tom said...

...I haven't heard of the Hare Krishna in years!

Catalyst said...

A bench or two would be nice.

Kay said...

Hare Krishna? Haven't seen them in ages.
Leaves and grass might add character to this little park. And I agree with Catalyst that benches would be nice, too.

The Padre said...

Way Cool. Dig The 'Tulip Time' As Well.

Cheers

jennyfreckles said...

Good to have these little open spaces, as breathing points in the city.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Looking forward to seeing the park in spring/summer Pat but at least in winter with the trees bare you get a chance to see this splendid ancient architecture! Gosh I remember when Hari Krishna were much more present in society.

Jack said...

I can't think of a place that looks less like a Hare Krishna temple.

21 Wits said...

Soon the garbage blues won't stand out so much!

21 Wits said...

Although I do like their blue shade, but we have a garbage company out here that you'd like they are a beautiful shade of PINK!