Latter-day Saint Temple Pictures: Popcorn Popping
Latter-day Saint Temples are stunning all year long, but there is something about springtime photos that sheds a whole new light on the beautiful message of these sacred buildings. The blossoming trees, blooming flower beds, and crisp fountains remind us that, through Jesus Christ, even the coldest winters can give way to fresh perspectives and new beginnings.
We have several painters and photographers dedicated to capturing the spirit of temples from all over the world. Enjoy unique angles and perspectives of these sacred places of worship through the eyes of an artist.
Springtime Temple Paintings
Some of the prettiest LDS temple pictures are paintings. The colors of the flowers, the grandeur of the building, and the dreamlike effect of blending colors come together to create a heavenly scene.
Anne Bradham Paintings
Mandy Jane Williams Artwork
Idaho Falls Pink Spring by Mandy Jane Williams
Laura Wilson Watercolors
More Latter-day Saint Temple Paintings
A lot of traveling, planning, early mornings, late nights, and adventures trying to achieve the best angle go into each LDS temple photo. Yet, these springtime pictures make it appear effortless.
Panoramic LDS Temple Pictures
Long, horizontal photos are perfect for hanging over a mantelpiece or sofa. They also add just the right amount of color to a long hallway. Find the perfect piece to freshen up your home for the warmer weather.
Narrow LDS Temple Pictures
Tall, narrow pictures pair well with smaller pieces of artwork. They also look great when hung staggered down a staircase or in areas where there is not a lot of wall space. See a favorite temple here?
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