Saturday, May 19, 2012

Photos of the Madrid Spain Temple

Scott has taken a few pictures of the Madrid Spain Temple and the temple grounds during the five days that we have been here. Here are some examples of his photographs.

We had a nice rainstorm pass through today. Scott got this picture after the storm (taken from our apartment building):

This is the sign near the west entrance to the temple grounds (photo taken on a clear day earlier in the week):

A view of the back of the temple (Angel Moroni is looking east; the back of the temple is on the south):

Another shot of the temple, taken after the rain today from ground level, showing the main entrance (on the north side of the temple):

A night photo from our apartment building, taken last night at 10:15 pm:

An old olive tree graces the grounds of the temple. It probably represents the allegory of the olive tree from the Book of Mormon and also represents Spain, the world's biggest producer of olive oil:

The southeast corner of the temple:

The west side of the temple:

Another photo from the apartment building where we live, showing the entrance to the temple and one of the fountains:


The temple at about 8:30 pm, taken from our apartment building:

The sign showing that the temple was constructed in 1999:

This is the beautiful temple that we have come to love.

2 comments:

  1. Stunning pictures! We are able to feel the peace and serenity of this beautiful place through your photography. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Thank you very much for the photos! I love this temple and a want to serve there too with my wife..... I think this will happen in 25-30 years from now.....

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