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11:00 am is an aerial photographic documentation of church services in Oklahoma City, Tulsa, and the surrounding towns on Sunday mornings between the hour of 10:30 and 11:30 a.m. From ground level steeples intend to carry one’s gaze towards the heavens. Similarly, religious worship has been depicted as hands raised or eyes looking towards the sky. The aerial view, however, allows me to see all churches on an equal plane while looking back towards the gaze of the faithful. As we look back, what do these church buildings tell us about ourselves? What is the relationship between these monuments and the surrounding neighborhoods? What patterns begin to occur and what shifts across time are evident?