Iceland has some of the most fantastic churches. They look even better under a night sky with the aurora dancing around.
The Icelandic Churches are so lovely. They are small and intimate and scattered throughout the country.
I would like to point out the alternate name for this church, "Broken Filter Church." Sadly one of the filters for my tilt-shift dropped and broke here.
The Woodward Ave Presbyterian Church in Detroit opened in 1911. The facility, designed in an English Gothic style, also contained classrooms for Sunday school in the rear. The church closed in 1993 and has been abandoned ever since.
The Greystone Park Psychiatric campus was a self-contained community with vocational and recreational facilities developed under the Kirkbride plan and philosophy that the mentally ill, if in a conducive environment, could be cured and treated. Each of the wards were meant to accommodate 20 patients and had a dining room, exercise room, and parlor. The rooms were to be light and airy with only 2 patients per room.