A scan through the twigs always gives the sense of mystery.
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.
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.
Don't you ever go inside?
Do you ever see vampires out in the daylight?
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!
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.
(from a very wet Darwin forest via my iPad)
I love old churches and this one sure is a beauty, Kenny.
Cheers from Michigan,
This is good - tell me No Photoshop?
This one was untouched and I was blessed with a clear, sunny day. Glad you liked it.
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Photo taken in Stanhope, County Durham, UK
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