Me either. . .
Priceless Dot!It's positioned right in the center of the church almost. Which by the way looks like a fantastic piece of architecture.The sideburns certainly say Elvis to me. I'm picturing the white jumpsuit era. :)
They say the King is still alive??
All I can say is he is sort of strange...sideburns say Elvis to me, too.
It looks like an unhappy Elvis. Glad you spotted the hidden surprise.
It kind of looks like Elvis to me too.
Looks like an unhappy Asian Elvis to me, LOL.Is that a photo of the Old Abby downtown?
I would guess Elvisgreat shotdon't you love when you notice something in a photo? :)
I wonder who left him there and why ... he doesn't look too happy about it! LOL
Elvis? Why not? but what I like in this picture is the wonderful architecture of the building behind!Is it a cathedral? I'm glad to see you back on your blog!I missed Georgia! (and sometimes Alabama)
Could be with those sideburns.
yes- has to be Elvis...Those sideburns say so!!Junie
I think the cities/towns should allow more grafitti (sp) some of it, (if not all) is really beautiful and shows alot of talent.
Humm me thinks its not Elvis. What type of church is it! He is an Archbiship or someone of the church history! His face looks vaguely familiar to me, now you got me hunting for him! Yikes and so near 'All Saints Day'Now if it were in tennasee it would be @ the church of Elvis!
It looks pretty much like Elvis, who else.
very nice dot
Definitely Elvis' hairstyle.
Elvis lives! Or not. There's a church in a big town near me whose pastor is an Elvis impersonator.
Elvis is there!!
Hmmnmmm Dot... I'm not sure either. But Elvis is a good choice!!!!Hope you are doing fine.Hugs,Betsy
Love the architecture. Very pretty church.
Lovely church.I guess it is supposed to be Elvis, but he seems out of place.
I am so glad Dewdrop had a link to your blog. Delightful phtography and subject matter, and thanks for starting up SkyWatch which so many people enjoy.
Love the architecture!I love it.
The second photo is a nice caricature!
Little Richard? After all, he is from Georgia!
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