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Saturday, October 23, 2010

Weekend Reflections:
The back of St Thomas the Apostle

I first showed you the back of St Thomas Apostle church in February 2007 which is a bit of a dull day.

Now on a bright Autumn day and from a slightly different angle you can see the reflections in the rear window of the church.

For more weekend reflections visit Newtown Area Photo.


jennyfreckles said...

All that dappled sunshine makes for a cheery picture. I like the shape of the roof of the church.

Kim, USA said...

I see the reflection, nice shot!
The cabin

'Tsuki said...

This is a very peaceful place : the tumbs are quite cute, with their old touch...

Anonymous said...

A place where time obtains a different pace.

Please have a good weekend.

daily athens

Fred Miller said...

Now this is the type of thing my eyes hunger. Spirits are so strong around a church. I love it. By the way, a monk friend of mine left the monastery and got married. He's an Anglican priest now and runs a bed and breakfast not far from from you. Somewhere along the west coast of England. I'll check it out and let you know. His church is quit a stunning thing to photograph.

Fred Miller said...

"quite a thing to photograph"


Fred Miller said...

Well, I just checked. He was at St. Mary's Church at Rydal up in the Lake District, but now he's in Ireland at Ballydehob. Must have moved recently.

Thanks for posting this pic. Made me take another stroll.

Cezar and Léia said...

I'm not too fond of the tombstones but the reflection is great!
God bless you!

Cildemer said...

Great reflection on a beautiful window of a beautiful church!

Thanks for sharing*
Have a nice weekend*******

EG CameraGirl said...

This church has much charm!

Jane Hards Photography said...

So much happens for a photographer in Autumn. The light, shadows, colours. Always encourage people to do as you have done re visit and retake. Lovely scene.

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