Anche questa,molto bella!
Sono lieto che ti piace. Larry
Great capture Larry. I love the textures in this shot giving it an almost antique look. Well spotted. Regards, Tom
Thanks Tom. This was one of the few places we stopped and I could actually get out and compose a photo. The light was right.
Hello Larry, beautiful picture and sorry for my english!
I've got a web site about country churches in my region, Sardegna, a little island in mediterranean sea and I would like to create spaces about other parts of Italy and world. the web site is www.chiesecampestri.it
So, if I'll create the page about United States, may I'll post your pictures of the churchs? Of course I'll link your name and your pages.
let me know please!
Grazie per aver visitato le mie foto. Non parlo italiano, ma ho trovato un buon traduttore su line. I sarei felice se si desidera utilizzare la fotografia per una tale scopo, fintanto che viene utilizzata solo sul tuo sito web. Se espandere il progetto in Africa, ho un paio chiese elencati sotto l'etichetta Etiopia. Buona fortuna nel vostro project.
Best riguarda, Larry
thank you for answer Larry! Your translator is very good. Yes, I'll use the pictures only for my web site. I'll search the images of Etiopia churches.
Thank you, I'll let you know whene I'll post your pictures!
hy Larry, I've posted this photo
thank you! do you know who's the Saint? if you've have new country churches let me know (I'll post even the rock church in Etiopia)
Ciao è Viaggioin.
Here alcune informazioni sulla church.This è San Michele e di tutta la chiesa Angeli, uno del gruppo di chiese anglicane in Interno meridionale della Columbia Britannica. E 'stato costruito attorno a 1905, che sostituisce una precedente chiesa che fu distrutta in un grande frana che anche spazzato via il villaggio indiano sull'altro lato del fiume e dammed il fiume per quattro ore. Attualmente (ottobre 2008) sembra essere unused.
This is St. Michael and All Angels church, one of the group of Anglican churches in the southern Interior of British Columbia. It was built around 1905, replacing an earlier church that was destroyed in a large landslide that also wiped out the Indian village on the other side of the river and dammed the river for four hours. It currently (October 2008) appears to be unused.
thank you again Larry!
Beautiful composition and light!
I was at the right place at the right time.
... and had the eye to recognize it and the skill to capture it.
I suppose you can do even better. Just take out the road and put the church a little to the corner, to make drama and take it out of the centre. And if you had a Wide angle, why not to take it in a lower point of view. The light was perfect, the drama just could be even better. The road in the foreground isn't a problem because you can just put there a car or someone walking and create some movement, with this exposition. Thanks for it.
Thanks for your critique. Hope to see some of your photos soon.
Best regards, Larry
Well responded, Larry.
This is nice Larry, I just took a picture of this same church on Saturday, in Spences Bridge.
Like. Gr Henk
Thank you Laurel. An interesting part of British Columbia history. Thank you Henk
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