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you fooled me,from this photo i thought this church was more "modern"
if you get a chance can you share a photo of the whole church.
great photo :o)
again ,thx for the link :o)
Beautiful shot, Sarah.
I have always wondered why Saints have such unconventional parents. Who would name their child Alkmund? ;)
My sister Werburgh was saying the same thing to me only the other day!
Nice shot Sarah. I like the way you caught the two windows.
Sarah There is just something about the grey blues of this picture that make it just, so..
Oh my goodness, it's been ages since I checked Panoramio - sorry!!!
Thanks, Rom@nce for your visit - your interest in English churches knows no bounds! I'll try & go back to Shrewsbury on Friday, but the weather's set to be cloudy, so I may not get good enough light, but fingers crossed! Thanks so much as always for your visit & your comment.
Very glad you liked it, inessa - thanks for dropping by!!
Michael, thanks for noticing the dual windows - that's what struck me. Thanks for visiting.
Peter, thanks so much for the comment about the colours - I also loved them.
Thanks to you all. Many thanks for your visit & your comments!
Have a fantastic Christmas & all best wishes to you & yours for 2008! All best, Sarah
If you count the window in the reflection it's even more complex! Ad that complexity is part of its beauty. Lovely shot, Sarah.
Thanks so much, Marilyn - & all best wishes for Christmas & 2008!!
Sorry, Billy, I missed your kind comment on this photo!
Thanks very much for your visit & your kind wishes! All best wishes to you & your family for 2008.
This is beautiful, Sarah! I love the reflection and you can also see through the church to the window on the other side! Magical!
I live opposite this Church... it's truly beautiful.
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