Some months ago I posted this old church "St Andrews" built in 1769 but extensively restored in 1892 it stands on the summit of "Grey Mare Hill" some 960ft above sea level and due to it's remoteness and the fact that it's only vehicular access was removed, it became redundant in 1969. I have passed this church the odd time and thought i'd try some IR on it this time.....After about 15mins of taking shots, I moved around the church for different angles....There is also a Mausoleum to the side and as I was getting a shot of it, something caught my eye and when I looked round I noticed the door was ajar :albino: After much deliberation and many changes of underpants......I went inside:shock: Inside the front door was another and pushing it open slightly expecting to find some mad axeman or something, I was greeted with.... Halfway down the isle there are 2 alcoves to the left and right.... On the left. And on the right. And behind....making sure my exit was clear You gotta remeber, I'm a scaredeeeeeey cat!!! Through this door, were another 2 doors, one to the left and the other on the right.....The one on the right was a broom cupboard and the one on the left led to another door which was locked but had no handle on this side. Each of the doors scraped along the stone floor when opening and closing. After taking these pics I was about to go back into the vestry with the locked door and get a couple of shots.....but when I went in the door was ajar...... ERRRR needless to say I got out...... Sorry for the long story and all the pics but hope you like..... TFL. Ken.