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Dalserf Parish Church 1655

  • Posted April 21, 2012 by Matt Mckenna Viewed 1666 times

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Dalserf Parish Church, this is a church that dates back to 1655, what a building. I have been taking pictures as a freelance photographer for two years this June. Every now and then I take a look through my images and this one just screamed at me. I just love this building, the sky is so blue and the shadows, not to mention the light and shade in the foreground. This just reminds why I love tacking pictures. Sorry to go on but I just had to say that!!

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    • # Helen

      Don't apologise - we all have thrilling moments like that - glad you shared it! :-)

      2012.04.23 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Dave

      Beautiful Matt. i especially like the graves in the front, complete with moss, probably from spores of the 1600's while in Canada a couple hundred years old is the most ancient architecture most of us are able to experience.

      2012.04.22 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Patricia Gonzales

      You should be proud ... good work!
      Love the contrasting colors too!
      It amazes me how old building in the UK are, and they are still all so lovely!
      I get to got to Scotland in Nov. for an entire month ... super excited!

      2012.04.21 Edited Reply Cancel