Description This handsome stone church was dedicated in 1755, and appears very much as it did over two centuries ago. It stands proudly as the oldest unrestored stone church in America.This handsome stone church took about 20 years to build, and was dedicated in 1755. It appears very much as it did over two centuries ago. Due to the fact that it was built directly on bedrock, it never lost its roof, or its integrity. It remains the least restored of the colonial structures within the Park.
Steve Sandberg Member Since April 2011 Artist Statement Photography has been a major interest to me for the past several years. I am largely self-taught in the photographic arts but continue to seek out new ideas and learning opportunities. However, I am continually drawn to the beauty of the world shown through Black and White.
I realize that every photographer captures an image through their own eyes, with each of us having a unique perspective; I hope to bring you creative and unique photos, both Black & White and colored.
Although I am fairly new to this art, I enjoy searching for that one special shot, from within the forest, driving in the country, or simply from my own backyard garden. Please enjoy my photographs; I welcome your comments and suggestions. Thank you.