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Billings Montana Temple

Billings Montana Temple

Brian Olson Temple Photography

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My History: The Billings Montana Temple

I visited the Billings Montana Temple on a lonely trip to escape the stress of work. It was a trip to the Cardston Alberta Temple, with stops in Idaho Falls and Rexburg on the way.

Funny story about my visit to the Billings Temple. I arrived on a Monday. Temples are typically closed Mondays, especially Monday evening. This is to encourage members to spend time with their families. Billings was no exception. So I’m wandering around the fence, taking pictures as the sun sets, when I get stopped by the Church’s Security guard. The security guard was a man who used to work at the Orem Utah Fred Meyer with me. I was the department Assistant Manager, and he was training to be Assistant Manager at another store with my Departments Manager. We caught up for a moment, and then he let me on the grounds to take more pictures. Small world.

Photography Visit

  • Billings Montana Temple
    August 9, 2013
  • Billings Montana Temple
    August 9, 2013
  • Bllings Montana Temple, August 4, 2006 7PM
    August 4, 2006 7PM
  • Bllings Montana Temple, August 4, 2006 6PM
    August 4, 2006 6PM

2 thoughts on “Billings Montana Temple”

  1. Hello! I am looking for a photo of the Billings Temple to use for a RS craft night. I am wondering if your digital files are available for purchase so we can enlarge them and print them somewhere local for a good price. Please let me know. Thank you so much, Traci Repscher

    1. Traci,

      My photos are available for purchase, but only as prints, not in digital format. (Selling the digital copies constitutes giving full copyright release in perpetuity, and you will not find many photographers who will sell you a digital copy.)

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