Taken from just inside the churchyard entrance back in January. With that magical light you get from the winter sun low in the sky on a clear day. This is the only angle where you can get a shot of the church showing both the spire and the main body. Too many damn trees!! It is a sobering thought that the Yew tree on the right is older than the church itself. The church was built in 1777 by the then Earl of Plymouth who lived at Hewell Grange, just down the road, to replace the one destroyed when the tower collapsed in a severe gale one Sunday morning, a few hours before the morning service.
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Have a great week end folks.
I'm away now till Monday.
|Camera:||Canon EOS 400D |
|Lens:||18-55mm kit lens |
|Recording media:||JPEG (digital)|