Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Holiness To The Lord, LDS Temple, Redlands, CA

I have been on a bit of a kick with regards to LDS Temples and the images that are made of the Temples. I feel like members of the church who carry a camera can do more with our images of the temples then the standard view. There are some great details that are a part of the temples that the church builds. A lot goes into these buildings and they are really beautiful buildings.   I am not saying that I take the best images, I am saying that I want to do more with these great buildings to show their unique beauty and amazing grace.

Above is an image I made of the Redlands California Temple. I will include some past images that I made at the Newport Beach, Oakland and Washington D.C. Temples.  I love the pics of the doors on the D.C. temple and the dedication year on the Oakland.  But my favorite, is the shots with the Angel Moroni and Holiness from the Newport Beach Temple. 

Day 37, Holiness and an Angel

Day 32, Newport Beach Temple

Day 20, Corner Stone, Oakland Temple

Spires, Oakland Temple

Washington D.C. Temple Doors

Thanks for looking.

EXIF Data:

Camera:Canon EOS Digital Rebel XTi
Exposure:0.002 sec (1/640)
Focal Length:154 mm
ISO Speed:400
Exposure Bias:0 EV


  1. I like your picture at the top of this page! May I use it to share with our ward's Primary next Sunday as we talk about temples?

  2. I also found your blog when I searched for "Holiness to the Lord" and I was hoping to print it to use it in my primary sharing time.

    Your photos are beautiful. I would love a copy of the Holiness with Angel Moroni for my house if you ever start selling these (or if you give permission for me to print it).

    Please contact me and let me know regarding both of these requests.


  3. To those who want to use any of my images of the temple, help yourself. They should link through to my flickr page and should be easy to download from there.

    Of course, that does not mean anything commercial.

    Thanks for looking.
    I really need to update this.