Well, I can tell it's a church (hopefully the image wasn't acquired on a Sunday morning or the ward has some work to do).My guess is the 56th Street chapel in Lincoln. Imagery acquired in mid Fall (no leaves, but grass is still somewhat green). Shadows are probably caused by low sun angle, not time of day, so it was probably acquired a little before noon.Jess
That was too easy. Nice job. That was the chapel in which I was baptized and received the Aaronic priesthood.
By the way, I am going to disagree about the time of year. I think this was probably taken in early to mid spring. If it was mid winter, I would assume that there would still be a lot of leaf litter on the ground and some of the trees - particularly the oaks - would still be leafed out. Perhaps details like that can't be teased out at this altitude and I am just trying to be contrary.
Too easy for some but I didn't know which church it was. I wondered if it was the one in Sacramento because I know it has a big road outside but couldn't remember if it had that many houses around.
You're probably right. Either the folks around there are very (!) diligent about raking leaves, or it is a spring picture. Nice job, dude.
yeah, the open space in the back of the church gave that away for me, but I remember that place pretty well. By the way, this was taken in the spring. Easy - the Church uses the red plum trees on all their chapels. Notice the pink blossoms. That means Spring. :)
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