Small Church

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  1. Chiller

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    A small church at Necropolis Cemetery.

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    What a beautiful little church, with those blossoms outside and the clinging ivy. Looks like some nice stained glass inside as well. Very peaceful spot.
     
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    Very pretty. I love how the pink blossoms just kind of pop out of the picture
     
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    Very nice looking church with all the flowers and stuff. Think it would look killer if you tried your IR filter on that :)
     
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    woha cool church man....... great colours...... and the crop is spot on :thumbup:
     
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    nice shot and colours
     
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    The colors are spectaculasr in this shot!
    The crop is good, too. Very crisp and well
    centered. I really like the idea that you got the sky
    (blue), Ivy (green), blossoms (pink), roof (black and
    turquoise), and of course the church (brick.)
     
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    very cool! lovely exposure and great colors :)
     
  9. Chiller

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    Thanks everyone, for your kind replies.
    Doenoe...Cool idea. I seem to be having trouble with a hot spot in the center of my lens. Apparently it is common with the Canon Kit lens. Bet it would look cool in IR>
    Thanks again everyone.
     
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    Awesome color. IMO the comp is to tight, but nothing wrong with in your face photo. As I call it. Still a awesome shot.
     
  11. Chiller

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    Thanks Kevin. Appreciate your comments. I had to shoot between two parked cars as this thing sits really close to the road, and I really did not want to miss the sky, and that tree. Thanks again man.
     
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    I did not know how to put it at first but I agree with Kevin a bit. The comp does seem a little squeezed or tight fit however, the picture is beautiful. Great colors and awesome subject. I bet you could turn this into a very cool b&w
     

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