Archive for the ‘Spiritual Memories’ Category

Logan Temple

June 11th, 2010

I’ve been waiting to get just the right picture of the Logan Temple. I mean come on, I live within miles of it and I got married there so it had to be more than decent! :D
Scott and I were driving home and I saw the clouds growing above the Logan Temple, looking like a storm was building right above it. I ran home and grabbed my camera and climbed up on my car (thank heavens for an SUV!) and with the clouds, the darker color in the skies and the flag blowing I found the shot I’ve been waiting for. I absolutely love how it turned out. Enough that I gave it to my parents for the 30th anniversary (they got married there, remember?) I think one of the only perks that we’re getting from this rainy and dark weather are the gorgeous skies!!
This print is also available for purchase.

Manti Temple

December 16th, 2009

The Manti temple is neat for us because we and my parents got married in the Logan Temple and the Manti temple is an exact replica of the Logan Temple. Another neat thing is Scott’s parents got married in the Manti Temple because they wanted to get married in the Logan but it was closed. So I took this picture for them as a gift. These are available to purchase as prints.

Salt Lake Temple

September 1st, 2009

There is something about this building. Growing up I always thought it was a castle and I enjoyed going there with my family. Other than that I didn’t give it much thought. We were there over the summer and I met a man.
He came up to me and asked if he could pay me to take a picture of him in front of the temple. Of course I said no and I’d be happy to do it for free and we got talking. He was a recent convert to the LDS church. He’d given up everything he had so he could move to Utah. After hearing his story and struggles I was really reminded how grateful I should be that in any direction from my home I couldn’t go more than 100 miles without hitting a temple. Ever since I met him the Salt Lake temple doesn’t just register in my mind as just a beautiful building. It reminds me that I’m lucky to have something so dear to our members so very near to me.