Monochrome Madness – Old Church Halls

I love being able to drag out old photos that I love and show them again. That is what I have for you today.

This is a small country church hall. It was found when my friend, Chris, and I were driving around central Victoria. Such a great way to find things to photograph, just drive.

Participating in Monochrome Madness

If you would like to participate in this challenge please post photos on your blog and use the tag Monochrome-Madness, as then I can use the reader to see what you post. Also, use the tag mid-week monochrome to catch Bren’s as well.

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  1. Beautifull in Monochrome!
    ps. Sadly Bren passed away recently 😥
    I saw this message on her Facebook page.
    Sadly my kind, caring and beautiful Mum peacefully passed away today.
    She has been the rock to our family for so many years and it’s going to be so hard to fill her boots. Words can’t begin to describe what a fantastic Mother, Wife and Grandmother she was. She put everyone before herself, and even in her dying moments, I’m sure she was more concerned about Stewie the dog being left alone while we waited with her at the Hospice.
    Mum decided she wanted a direct cremation and will not be having a funeral, as she didn’t want to upset everyone further. I know she would be so grateful to everyone who sent thoughtful messages over the last few weeks.
    Thank you for everything Mum and I’ll see you again one day. As you used to say to me as a kid…
    “Night night, sleep tight, hope the bed bugs don’t bite”
    Love you forever and thanks for everything❤️

    1. Thank you Aletta.

      Thank you for letting me know, I had wondered about her, but just thought she was dealing with treatment.
      I’m doing a post tomorrow dedicated to her. I feel like I have lost part of my blogging family.

    1. Thank you RJ, I need to get back into these moody images. Great, I have seen it briefly, but will take more of a look soon.

    1. It is John. Church halls don’t tend to have seating, well beyond foldable ones. People would get married in the church nearby and then have their reception in the hall. Well that is how it was when I was growing up. Thank you John.

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