House of God

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Velocity, Jul 27, 2007.

  1. Velocity

    Velocity TPF Noob!

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    These are shots of the interior of an old church close to where I live, i hope these give a sense of what the interior of this church is like.

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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Ooo, I like that you included photos of the organ in your church photo series!
    I was going to ask if this is a church in England, for it looks old enough to be a church in England, and then I saw the flag in one of your photos and now I know :D.

    Whenever I photograph the insides of churches, I try to also include photos of the organ. Maybe this is so because I am close friends with a church organ player, who happens to be my choir director and, like I was saying, close friend.

    Some photos here suffer from a bit of camera shake because of the slow shutter speeds, but all in all they do represent what the inside of the church is like. Yes. They do.
     
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    Very nice indeed!
     
  4. Velocity

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    Thank you again La Fota and ClarkKent. The church dates back to 1872 and is in the village of Wentworth and is known as the New Church (Holy Trinity). There is another church accross from this which is in ruins and parts of it can be dated back to Medieval times.

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