This is located near my house. I love the architectural structure of their chapel.
I was on my way to a friend’s house when I remember, I haven’t finished my roll over my camera. So I took my XA and hoped to capture some beauty in Christ The King Park Memorial.
In this place lies my grandmother. I gave myself a quick visit over her grave. She died some 15 years ago. After that, I looked around and started taking some pictures. I love their chapel. I have been passing by this park for over ten years now (going to school, to work, etc) but haven’t been amazed by the chapel until now! I went inside and there’s this guy who is the keeper of the chapel. He gave me some candies to eat. I spoke a little prayer and went out again.
I love the place especially when it’s around five in the afternoon. It’s a great place to visit. Some people would spend their time sitting in the grasses.
I think I will be visiting this place again. It’s near my house. In front is the Northern Trips Terminal that closes at 10 PM. If ever you get stranded, you can stay put over the memorial park over night. Expect some creepy feeling. No, just joking! :)
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