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Sunday, October 12, 2008

St Stephen's Steeple


The steeple of St Stephen's Church, Bennett Street, Newton.

For a view of the whole building, check out the one on Rhodes Family History.

6 comments:

Rinkly Rimes said...

As a two-passport Australian Pom I love seeing photos from the UK. Your 'little' bank and your comment make me realise how we're all caught up in this Credit Crunch mess!

Christy said...

Beautiful steeple. I did a small series in black and white (film) on steeples. I should revisit these again and take the images digitally. I could take more images and expand on my original idea.

AVCR8TEUR said...

Europe has so many charming architecture. I might get a chance to visit in a few weeks.

RuneE said...

I have always been impressed by the many very fine churches you fine all over Britain. Even in very small communities which one should not think were able to afford it.

dabrah said...

I find steeples fascinating, because they come in so many shapes and sizes. I've often thought of doing what Christy did, and just going around taking pictures of the variety of steeples that you find.

By the way, thanks for the comment you made. I changed my post about birds of prey to say I don't know what the bird that I'd identified as an eagle actually was. I'd still really like to know, and I'm hoping someone who knows about these things will come across my post and give me a clue.

babooshka said...

Churches are always such interesting places for photographers, especially steeples. It's the lines. Pubs banks and churches, all struggling at this time. Strangely connected.

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