Weekly Photo Challenge: Color

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These red doors of a church have captured my attention for the past month and I haven’t had time to take a picture of them until today. I personally think they are one of the prettiest doors I’ve seen in a while. The windows also compliment the color and design of the doors. The location is near Rutgers University in Camden, New Jersey.

36 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Color

    1. The red door reminds me of a few things. It almost looks gothic with a black dragon (if you can sort of imagine that) at the top of the door or a yin yang symbol. I’ve always loved unique doors and this one caught my attention. I never knew it existed until a few months ago. You can’t park in front of the church, you have to park across the streets at one of those meter parking spots. It was getting dark and creepy real fast, so I had to quickly fumble in my purse for a quarter, leap out of my car, run across two streets and snap some pictures of this door before running back to my car. I did it under 5 minutes! I think it’s a Methodist church. I’m not sure. I’ll be driving past it again this week, so I’ll be sure to tell you later on. Be on the lookout for that. Thanks for the comment!!

      1. Hi Michelle! Today I drove past it and I got the name! It’s called Tabernacle of Faith Church – Church of God in Christ in Camden, NJ. If you google it and go to images, you’ll see a few other pictures, but they seem to be farther away and not close up like mine. Hope that helps! πŸ™‚

    1. Yes, I did. Any photos that has the logo “JavaGirl’s Life Blog 2013” stamped on the picture is MINE. πŸ˜€ I don’t know how to use the “copyright” logo on my photos yet (the little circle with the letter c inside it). Do you? I’ve taken a lot of photos since I’ve been blogging the past two years. It’s a passion of mine!

      1. Hm…ok. πŸ˜€ There are TONS of Java Girls in the blogger world, but I put my name together instead of separating them–singular, not plural. πŸ˜› Ok. Then how do I use a protecting shield to keep people from copying my pictures? Do I need a software for that? People are always clicking on my image on my blog page and I’m scared they’ll use it for some crazy dating site or even identity theft. Recently someone stole the numbers off my bank card and went on a 600 dollar shopping spree last week. It was a nightmare and a mess to have to dispute it with my bank. Eh. Talking too much on my comments. But, yes. Those are some reasons why I am so protective of my photos. Gotta act like I’m working again. πŸ˜› Talk later!

    1. Thanks! Hope your daughter is having fun in Philly as a student! Your comment got me investigating something I didn’t think of until now. I know that they used a red door in the movie “The Sixth Sense” and you can actually find it just by asking people who live in Philly. They know where the church is. However; I did find a little gem here with a door very similar to the red door I took a photo of in this blog! Check it out and let me know what you think! They are SO similar!!
      http://screenmuse.files.wordpress.com/2012/11/sixth-sense-5.png?w=580&h=168

    1. My pleasure! I was going through the tags of the weekly color challenge and came across yours. You have an eye for color and dimension. Keep up the great work!! Thanks for the follow too! πŸ˜€

  1. Angela

    Hi! I am actually a member of this church and its a Penecostal Church, we’re titled “Tabernacle of Faith” Church of God in Christ. The photos are beautiful! Not many people know our building is in operation. We are open for noonday prayer daily at 12:00pm, Wednesday night Bible study at 7:00pm and of course sunday at 8:00am and Sunday School at 10:00am, and 11:30 Worship service! Please feel free to visit. God bless you all!

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