It’s been a few years since I visited Montgomery Bell State Park. I believe I’ve explored almost every corner of this park, but there’s one little nook I always pay a visit when I’m in the area. This secluded area is home to the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and the replica log cabin where the Cumberland Presbyterian Church was founded in 1810. I find this area peaceful. I love walking into the church where the only illumination is the light shining through the stained glass windows. You can almost hear yourself think. I’ve often sat in the pew reflecting on life. It’s a spiritual experience. I typically follow up the visit at the church with a walkabout around the log cabin. Minus some trees, the cabin was just how I remembered it.
It wasn’t the best time of day to be photographing, but it was the time I happened to be in the area. Sometimes you just have to do the best you can given the circumstances. I guess that’s good advice for life in general. I hope you enjoyed the photos. Follow and Like Shuttering Thru Life to catch my next venture. Thanks for reading!