While taking a Sunday drive last weekend, we drove up to Fernandina, Florida to see how people were handling the mask situation. It was wonderful to see most people with a mask on or in their hands in case they got close to another human being. There were still a handful of folks that did not have any face covering on or available at a quick moment to cover themselves. IRRITATING! We didn’t get out of the car except for me to take these photos and there was no one around.
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church is on the main road leading into downtown Fernandina where all the gifts shops are located. The light was perfect so I had Frank drop me off while I took some photos of this very beautiful chapel. Walked all the way around and got all the angles.
I love the fact that they have a Celtic service one a month!
I did have to include the full vision of the photo from the top of the blog just so you could get the complete reality of its beauty. It has always looked like a castle to me.
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