Sunday, April 24, 2016

St George's Anglican Church

Andy | Sunday, April 24, 2016 | Best Blogger Tips
Because the lighting looked better I went for the side view. I am linking to Tom's The Barn Collective.

20 comments:

  1. This beauty would look great linked to Inspired Sundays
    http://inspiredsundaymeme.blogspot.ca/2016/04/inspired-sunday-april-23-25-2016.html

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  2. Love the way the light works in your photo's

    All the best Jan

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  3. You can count every stone here. Very crisp shot thanks to the light.

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  4. Interesting bricks with the orange/brown. Nice colours actually.

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  5. I love old stone churches. When I first met the young lady who was to become my wife, she belonged to St. George Episcopal Church in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. It was not made of stone, though. I think it was more of a quonset hut style. :)

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  6. Such light shining through the windows. Usually a surprise inside.

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  7. Very traditional. The light in this shot is beautiful.

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  8. That is a great church! Nicely captured, Andy.

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  9. Very lovely stone church, it's nice color.

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  10. gorgeous image, beautiful light!!! what a special place!!!!

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  11. That IS a barn of a place; and a wonderful photo!

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  12. The sun warms the stone to a golden hue. Lovely!

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  13. While I am not sure about this Andy, I don't think this building is a barn. You always go for the good light.

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  14. The light is great and this church is gorgeous!

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  15. Side view or not it's still a very impressive church

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  16. Well done. With that light, you were wise to move to the side.

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