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Sunday, October 24, 2010

Autumn Shadows behind St Thomas the Apostle

Last week I showed you the shadows on Tinkers Passage and yesterday I posted a view of the back of St Thomas the Apostle.

Today I am showing you the passage that leads behind the church from Leigh Street to Tinkers Passage.

For more shadow shots visit Hey Harriet.


Cezar and Léia said...

Love the colours!
God bless you!

Catherine said...

I love these quiet shady corners - so quintessentially England - why is that??

Chubby Chieque said...

Very calm ambiance & it seems chilly nights is on the air.

Love the maple leaves laid on the ground. Feels so crispy.

FAB, indeed!

Happy SS...
/chie from Stockholm

Sylvia K said...

Such a lovely, quiet corner and delightful shadows! Great shadow shot for the day! Hope your weekend is off to a great start!


Joseph Pulikotil said...

Very interesting photo.

Best wishes,

Ralph said...

The stone walls and wrought iron seem classic, the feeling to me of being 100-200 years in the past. Thus, the old tree, perhaps as old as the church, lends a classic shadow to the grounds. All are beautiful!

Ann, Chen Jie Xue 陈洁雪 said...

Came via Rune's site. You commented about hail stones.

Hail stones left pock marks in my succulent plant.

The first time when i was in Borneo, hail as big as one's thumb fell in Sarawak. We were all excited, from my Granddad aged lates 70s to all of us.

Granddad said, since he left China in his 20s, he had not seen hail.

Fred Miller said...

I noticed on Google Earth how that church is set right in a quite urban area. But you are capturing its most peaceful angles.

Laura said...

I like these textured shadows.

Lighthousegal said...

Lovely photos!! The shadow lined passage looks quiet and peaceful. Thanks for sharing!!

Photography said...

Nice shot! I love everyone's different perspective!

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