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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Old Church located on the Native reserve outside of Fort Langley, B.C.


18 comments:

Hildred and Charles said...

Beautiful photo of the church, and of that grey;, brooding sky.

Jim said...

Stunningly, beautiful shot.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Carole M. said...

I love church photographs and this one with the serious sky is looking fabulous

ladyfi said...

Wow!! Dramatic and utterly gorgeous!

lina@women's perspectives said...

Agree with Ladyfi, looks very dramatic!

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Quite a a striking photo of the little church. The pointy windows are wonderful.

Light and Voices said...

Church structure against the gray skies is simply divine.
Joyce M

john said...

the lighting is top notch. great job.

Jake said...

Lovely!

Kim, USA said...

Wow these is beautiful!


SWF

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Very charming little church with an intriguing sky~

Stewart M said...

I really like the contrast between the building and the sky - movement and solidity (well maybe!)

Stewart M - Australia

Liz said...

What a lovely capture. Visiting late for Skywatch Friday.

My Sky.

Georgianna said...

This is terrific! What a building. I noticed the front doors look like a face. Maybe it's just me. But anyway, it's very atmospheric and a bit haunting. Wonderful, Lorna.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Very good and nice photo.

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...melody... said...

Oh man...this is stunning! This is such a dynamic photo. Love the mood it seems to evoke. :)

Genie said...

This precious little church makes me think of the old hymn...The LIttle Church in the Wildwood. Your editing is outstanding and adds so much to the overall ambiance of the capture. genie

Peter Arkell said...

Terrific photo of the Church of the Holy Redeemer! What post editing technique did you use to get such a dramatic result?