A simple church full of light

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  1. tb2

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    I caught this eighteenth century church on a day when the sunlight was streaming in through the south-facing windows, highlighting its plain simplicity. For more information about this photograph and the church (and for my views on why we need to know about the past) got to: http://photoreflect.blogspot.com

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  2. Raymond J Barlow

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    excellent shot tb2, brilliant!
     
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    Thanks Raymond. I'm pleased you can see some qualities in a shot like this - I thought it was only me who liked such stuff! Seriously, this type of photograph is - I guess - sort of traditional, and doesn't have the in-your-face "Wow" factor, or quirkiness. But, I like 'em, and I keep on takin' 'em, so I'll keep on postin' 'em!

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    There is a richness to the shot not sure why but it is a heck of a lot different from what I usually see on forums
     
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    yes, this shot is rich... with great light, tones, colour... composition is extraorinary.. and this church itself is a sight to behold. I love the tones in the wood, and the overall craftsmenship in design.
     

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