Check out Huntsville’s Little Five Points Chapel!
The other day I went and photographed this pretty little chapel in Huntsville’s Five Points area. If you read Tuesday’s post, I said that Five Points is the area in Huntsville where several roads come together. The community came about in the years following World War II, when the suburbs became popular. I read that Five Points was the first suburb in Huntsville. Or one of the first. Now there are suburbs everywhere.
Huntsville is very unique to the state of Alabama. When many other cities in the state are rated low, some of the schools around Huntsville are rated high in the nation. I always say that you’re either an engineer or married to one around here. Education is a very strong value to us.
Anyway, because of our city’s wealth, the little houses in Five Points are consistently sought out by people who want a smaller and historical home.
The little chapel looks well-kept and is as neat as a perfectly frosted white cupcake. I like its simple lines and how the steeple contrasts against the blue fall sky.
I’m still learning how to use my little Nikon DSLR, so I took several perspectives of the church.
And, by the way, I hope you’ll be at church tomorrow! 🙂