Thursday, May 22, 2014

About This Blog

Somewhere in the past couple of years, I woke up and noticed the "invisible buildings" surrounding me--the works of architecture that were built years ago by pioneers of the LDS Church; temples, tabernacles, and regular ward chapels. My love for it has only grown since then.

I have thoroughly enjoyed reading various blogs about LDS Architecture; however, most of them have stopped regular posts, for whatever reason. So, for as long as I can, I will try and fill the void.

My appreciation is that of a rather clueless person admiring the architecture around me, especially when it ties into the gospel and helps us to learn it. I have studied quite a bit about LDS temples and tabernacles, and have published two articles--one regarding temple architecture, and one regarding LDS Tabernacles. I will include whatever facts I happen to know (or can find out!).

Feel free to comment on the posts with whatever insights, questions, or comments you might have. I'd love to hear from you!

I don't know how long I can keep this blog up, or how much I can post, but I'll do my best. I hope you enjoy the pictures!

1 comment:

  1. If you like LDS architecture, you might also enjoy http://architecturalsolution.com/arch/potential-of-architecture/

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