The first time I saw this white wooden church
I gasped in amazement at its beauty.
It started out as a simple chapel built in the 1700s —
And then in the mid-1800s, it was expanded
And the old clock tower replaced with a new one.
The white wooden planking,
The delicate leaded windows —
Such simple and exquisite beauty
Iced with snow and love.
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A couple of weekends ago, I fell in love. Head over heels.
With this enchanting church in Ljusterö. (Try getting your tongue around that!)
Yes – this is the same church featured in my previous post…
Magical skies are the only decoration this simple wooden building needs.
The tower is framed with bare branches,
The setting sun lights up the snow,
A feeling of serenity falls.
The world is breathing in harmony.
There is no need to try to create a perfect world.
Just celebrate the one we already have.
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Sometimes the simplest of things can be the most beautiful.
Unadorned they are poems to heaven.
Like this simple white wooden church.
White timbers from the 1700s;
A simple stained glass window
And the beauty of planks fading in the snow.
Hiding there, waiting to be seen,
Awaits the gorgeous beauty of imperfect simplicity.
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