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Sunday, May 03, 2009

Church View

What would you expect to see if you were standing in Church View?

Exactly - this is the rear of St George's Church.

The netball court belongs to the nearby school.


nobu said...

Beautiful church in the calm scnery.

Lowell said...

This is a just plain wonderful photograph!

Joseph Pulikotil said...

Hello Hyde :)

Greetings :)

This is an excellent photo. This is a truly beautiful church set in a calm peaceful surroundings. Of course, the peace will be shattered when children are on the court enjoying themselves.

This is a lovely church when compared to modern churches which are built without any aesthetic sense. A place to pray should be beautiful also to inspire and soothe a soul suffering from the trials and tribulations of this mundane world.

Have a bright and beautiful Sunday Hyde :)

TheLadyFerris said...

I remember this well, as a former St George's pupil. Can you still cut through to Gower Road from Church View?

Unknown said...

The tower is gorgeous! Lovely pic!

John Darch said...

Good to see your photo of St George's today. I have a similar photo taken from the same position hanging on my study wall. I was vicar of St George's for eleven years (1988-99)and always enjoy the Hyde daily photo.

Lois said...

What a lovely tower!

Tom said...

This was the route we walked to Greenfield Street School most days in the early 1970s Gerald.. I well remember the old St Georges School and of course this area of playground was then a grave yard.

RuneE said...

Maybe the the parishioners could also put in a game a the nets after the service?

A magnificent church!

Gattina said...

What a strange church !

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