I always admired the architecture of the First Baptist Church in downtown Winston, but I was never there in the late afternoon with a camera. The light on the golden brick and stone, and the round shape of this church, set it apart.
The building across the street must have distressed the congregation when it went up in the late 70's, blocking the view to the south and creating such a jarring juxtaposition with modern architecture. Originally built for Integon, it now says GMAC on the top. I enjoyed the reflections of the church in the building's facets. I took several shots; this was my favorite. Click to see larger images.