Scott Garlock Photography
"Scott has an amazing intuition to capture the essence of each structure. His photography ignites a spark .... a recollection of days long ago
and urges us to preserve and protect our past before these structures return to the earth."
Michael Ausbon Decorative Art Associate Curator at the North Carolina Museum of History
Recent PostsVerses with a View "Hidden Stories of Abandoned Places" -North Carolina Museum of History Sept.4th 2015 Steak & Pies Opening Day - Rural Revival -Photographs of Home and Preservation of Place 1849 - - - Millbrook Home For The Holidays "Christmas at Hebron" Rural Revival: Photographs of Home and Preservation of Place "2015 Whispers From The Past" Photo Book Contest Drawing Winner Vanquished & Vanishing
Following my long standing Sunday tradition of featuring a Church on my Facebook Page, I thought it was only appropriate to begin my new Blog Site in the same way. Enjoy your visit to the Good Shepard Episcopal Church.
Paved in hues of burnt orange, an intimate path of fall leaves shaded by a cathedral canopy of painted oaks led wayward strangers to the church of the woods for a little autumn communion. (2014)
I always make a point to visit the Chapel of the Good Shepard Episcopal Church located in Warren County, NC just to breath in it's rustic beauty. On this particular day, only the sound of large oak leaves kiting through the crisp autumn air... ...landing on the old path could be heard above the soft whisper of a fall breeze. Built in the 1870's, this little brick chapel in the woods is on the National Registry of Historic Places.
A beautiful site - congrats Scott and Randy! You need to come to TN - there are plenty of abandoned farms, barns, general stores, schools - very sad to see. xoxox
No comments posted.