Photographer's Note

In rural Brampton, just on the outskirts of Toronto, built in 1995, the parish church of St. Elias the Prophet rises high on the Peel Plain above the Credit River Valley. Though this building was built in 1995, the parish community was started in 1976.
A wooden structure of heavy timbers (Douglas Fir), it is sheathed in Western red cedar. It has been constructed according to an architectural style known as Boyko, derived from western Ukraine. The cupolas on the church of St. Elias are in the 17th century Cossack style. This photo I took morning when sun was rising up.

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