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Open Door

By netta1234
Thank's for your votes and comment on yesterday's,I am still on the same footpath,carried on walking and came across this ever so small Church.It is like it's on an Island surounded by the water,I have been looking at it when I travell over the Bridge to Anglesey,and thought that it was on a little Island as you can't see the way there from the bridge.Belive me it was worth going there ,eventhough I felt a bit lonely,with no one around,the door was open,and yes I had a photo taken inside.Someone must had only got married there as there was some conffetti by the door.I've been playing around then with the border and frame,Please be honest ,would it be better without, Smile

Tags: Architecture Cemetry Architecture Church Stone Work

Voters: chrissie3, Philip_H, gazlowe and 17 more

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26 May 2012 7:40AM
I think it would be better without. It's an informal picture but the frame formalises it. I visited the church last year, and yes, it is a lovely place to visit - just near Menai Bridge.

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26 May 2012 8:26AM
A lovely image. I quite like the frame around it
Jasper87 Plus
8 2.0k 150 England
26 May 2012 8:36AM
A lovely old church. The frame is a tad ornate for the image content though.

jdinne 14 16 England
26 May 2012 9:12AM
Lovely composition Kate, that looks a very interesting little church. Nicely captured.


NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
26 May 2012 9:34AM
An example of religious architecture, , full of natural colours, great light and superb detail and perfectly presented.

Regards Nathan
achieverswales 7 8 101 Wales
26 May 2012 10:28AM
Like the composition but feel it lacks bite, a contrast boost would help Netta.


Irishkate Plus
7 41 114 United Kingdom
26 May 2012 11:22AM
Lovely little Church Netta.
Hard to please us all with framing etc.
For what it's worth I salute you for trying new frames as I'm sure everybody
else does too.
The opinions on suitability of frame is worth reading for us all as we can get carried away
when we learn something new
You've gone to a lot of trouble to choose and tone the frame.
So very well done to a busy lady.
The passage leads my eye. Nice
26 May 2012 10:29PM
This is a really lovely image Netta,If it was me I think I might have framed it no larger than the grey bit,but every one will have a different opinion,your doing so well with your photography and at the end of the day you go with what you feel your happy with...Lin
27 May 2012 8:00AM
A nice little church Netta Smile

Beautifully captured and framed Smile

Joline Plus
11 30 53 United States
27 May 2012 6:54PM
This is so quaint and still.
I like frames sometimes, but I think this one would do better with a small grey or black border, like the first two you put on, minus the outer too.

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