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All Hallows Church Wellingborough

By martfaulkner
The church of All Hallows is the ancient parish church standing to the north of the market square possibly on the site of an earlier church. The building dates from the late twelfth century although the south entrance is all that remains from that time. The church was developed over the centuries and the building we see today was largely finished in the sixteenth century.

Thanks to everyone for votes and comments on 'Winter Starling'

Tags: General Architecture Black and white Digitally manipulated

Voters: cats_123, MattB1987, Gerryrys and 2 more


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22 Jan 2013 10:44AM
Nicely processed mono.

Gerry

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22 Jan 2013 10:48AM
An interesting record shot. V1 works better in mono as the colour version has some strange casts across the snow. In V1 however there are some strange artefacts around the base of the lamp post that may need working on to remove. I would also have liked to have seen the top of the lamp post in frame as it feels a little unbalanced cropped off. None the less the processing has brought out the stonework very well and with a little more work this would be a nice record shot of the Church entrance.

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