Saturday, November 08, 2008

Historic oranges

The Old Christ Church in Pensacola is a beautiful place to take photos any time of the year, but I'm especially fond of it during November and December when the orange trees are full of ripened fruit.

Built in 1832, the church still stands in the historic area of Pensacola known as Seville Square.

It was restored in 1999 and is now leased to the Historic Pensacola Preservation Board.

You may read more about the history Old Christ Church (which was deeded to the city of Pensacola in 1936 to be the first public library) by clicking HERE

Or take time to drive by and take photos of your own and admire the oranges.

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