One of my several recurring subjects for photos is St. James Episcopal Church, in the heart of old Taylor, at the corner of 7th and Davis Streets. These photos were taken on different evenings. The first three were shot last week. The north facade of the church, when night comes virtually glows. It’s a scene I’ve visited before, but a new picket fence adds new shadow possibilities. The last two photos, however, were taken this week. For reasons I can’t answer here, interior, and some exterior lights, were shining. Naturally, I had to stop for a look. At some point, I’ll post something from the sanctuary. That statue in the courtyard is St. Francis of Assisi, but you probably knew that. The church has been here since 1893.