Architecture: Post Office and Church

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  1. Astro

    Astro TPF Noob!

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    love the church doors....that is a great shot... gothic looking.....would love to see that in person...almost looks like a place arwyn of lord of the rings should step into.
    or some warrior of old, with his sword in his hand, stepping out to go on crusade. the mold on the stones... and the windows look like they are crying with grief for him.....
    (oops, i think i read too much historical romances...!! or is it hysterical?? )
    still..its a wonderful shot....thanks!
     
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    skiboarder72 No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    love both of them, great angles!
     
  4. Picksure

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    I like em.

    Church doors :thumbsup:



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  5. Astro

    Astro TPF Noob!

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    Thank you for your nice words :)
     
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    the second is very good
     
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    i agree, the second is awesome! nice work! :thumbup: where are these structures?
     
  8. Astro

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    This old church is actually not far away from where I live.
     

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