Rock Climbing Wall, Cross and Horizontal and Vertical Piano

By: kmom14

Jun 03 2015

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Category: Interesting finds, Marv

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Aperture:f/3.9
Focal Length:6.7mm
ISO:320
Shutter:1/30 sec
Camera:COOLPIX S3100


This was the back wall at the church that we attended a wedding on Saturday. When we first entered Marv said “Hey, Its a rock climbing wall!” A wall being covered with wood planks and rocks; for course he is going to be interested.   He also commented just before the wedding started that you don’t find crucifix’s in Christian churches. just crosses because Jesus has risen and no longer on the cross.  I had not thought about that before and contemplating the deeper meaning, but saw him eyeballing the cross and and almost see the gears going “Stone and Wood…Wood on Stone” like it was an aesthetic visual mix of a Reece’s Peanut Butter Cup.   On top of that, there were two musical instruments up there.  Wood, Stone, Musical Instruments….that is like the trinity of his favorite things.

Off to the left is the harp that was being played as we came as we were one of the last ones out of the area as we were in the back he wanted to check it out, along with the piano and the aforementioned “Rock Climbing Wall”  pleading that the Harp was a “vertical piano”.    He even tried to entice me with the thought of getting better pictures and a harp isn’t something you see everyday.  That may well be, but reminded him it was the bride and groom’s special day and didn’t want anything that might detract from that and appreciate that he refrained going up and checking them out.

Location: Heartland Community Church, 3900 East 300 North, Lafayette, IN 47905

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