All Saints, Eastgate

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Comments (10)

~oOo~ on December 2, 2011

A scan through the twigs always gives the sense of mystery. Lovely shot!

Kenny Wharton on December 3, 2011

I have come to the conclusion that Winter is the best season to photograph churches. They are always surrounded with trees and the leaves in Summer obscure the view.

~oOo~ on December 3, 2011

Yes, which is a shame, really. The leaves would give that subliminal message of "life". But you're right. It seems the only way to catch the church at its best.

~oOo~ on December 3, 2011

Don't you ever go inside?

Kenny Wharton on December 3, 2011

Do you ever see vampires out in the daylight?

~oOo~ on December 4, 2011

The reason I ask is I have made a group purely for internal church shots. I was going through your shots to ask you onboard. But there were non to be found!

Kenny Wharton on December 4, 2011

What a brilliant idea Si My focus is purely on external so will redirect my members to your group for internal shots. I have been accepting internal shots purely for the interest of others and the gallery is getting difficult to browse so perhaps a thin out is on the cards.

Regards Kenny

(from a very wet Darwin forest via my iPad)

HAMANA on December 9, 2011

I love old churches and this one sure is a beauty, Kenny.

Cheers from Michigan,


Gordon670 on April 1, 2013

This is good - tell me No Photoshop?

Regards. Gordon!

Kenny Wharton on April 1, 2013

Hi Gordon

This one was untouched and I was blessed with a clear, sunny day. Glad you liked it.



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Photo details

  • Uploaded on November 21, 2011
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Kenny Wharton
    • Camera: Canon EOS 550D
    • Taken on 2011/11/20 12:56:53
    • Exposure: 0.010s (1/100)
    • Focal Length: 23.00mm
    • F/Stop: f/14.000
    • ISO Speed: ISO200
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash