On our East Coast trip in to Myrtle Beach in 2016, we made a point to travel the two-lane highways instead of the interstates, just so we could capture the flavor of those states' countryside. It seemed as if we came upon a church every other mile or so along the way.
At the time, I told myself I would start photographing some churches I'd come upon when I got a chance, even though at the time, my trips through the Carolinas were merely as a vacationer. That situation changed in July, and even though I've come across scores of churches since the move, I hadn't followed through on that photo idea.
Then yesterday, I was out for a walk, and a mile or so from my home, I came across South Raleigh Bible Church and its graveyard, something I'd passed in the car scores of times in my commuting over the past six months. I didn't have my DSLR with me, but I did have my iPhone X, so I paused my walk to take these photos.
Most of the photos you see here is self-explanatory. The church window you see in the second photo below struck me as unusual. I couldn't tell if that was painted glass or a colored board. I hope the former. One thing that jumped out at me -- as a church graveyard, I expected many of the monuments would represent people who had passed many years ago. While there were a few of those, there also were several who were interred there recently. I found at least one who was buried in 2014, and another in 2010, for example.
The third photo down is the backside of the church, a play around and outdoor pavilion.