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Sunday, December 4, 2011

SARATS Entry #14

Steve A, and then two more others, quickly responded to my desire to have more SARATS entries than an odious 13. I'll be posting the other entries shortly.

Steve resides in Texas, which makes a foliage competition a little more daunting than it would be for, say, someone like me in London Ontario, or most people even a little further north.

I find it quite gratifying that Steve had trees on the brain over the last couple of months, evidence of which can be found in this post on his blog, DFW Point-to-Point.

In the end, Steve went with this indoor specimen found in the Mormon Tabernacle in Salt Lake City, Utah:




From Steve's email: Make sure you tell the voters that the Mormons will send missionaries to convert them if they don't vote for my entry! 

You have been duly notified. How do you feel about people who come around to your house or stop you on the street to talk religion? I like 'em. I admire their conviction and thoroughly enjoy talking with them. I'm afraid they often find me rather stubborn in my "many many answers" or "whatever floats your ark" religious approaches, but every chat I've had has been polite and kind and generally nice. I haven't been converted from my kind of half-assed brand of Catholicism yet... but who knows, maybe the next missionary I meet will blow my mind wide open! I don't think it very likely, but never say never, man.

For now I think I'll stick to worshipping at the Church of the Mighty (Extra Light Canada No. 1) Maple, and I would be most pleased if you would join me.

Yer Pal,
R A N T W I C K

5 comments:

anniebikes said...

Nice photo, especially with the beautiful building in the background.

Steve A said...

I'm not sure that Rantwick made it entirely clear, but the tree is INSIDE the building, making it unique amongst his entries from either last year OR this year.

RANTWICK said...

Hey, I said it was indoors... it is indeed unique in that regard.

anniebikes said...

Okay, I goofed. The ceiling color fooled me as it looks like sky. Sigh - I've even been in that place too.

cafiend said...

Tree worshipper, eh? Whatiyou, some kinda pagan? :-)

It's okay. Whatever floats your log drive.

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