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St.Andrew 's at Upleatham Church, Redcar.

By phil99
Taken last Friday Upleatham church is said by some people to be the smallest church in the world .I can see that being smallest in Yorkshire .It is though well worth seeking out although unfortunately it is not open to visit the interior . Many thanks for recent clicks and comments.All very much appreciated.......Phil

Tags: Architecture Redcar Upleatham church

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Hermanus 3 4 South Africa
21 May 2013 5:10PM
I immediately thought it was such a small building with a huge tower Smile A great image Phil !!

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21 May 2013 5:16PM
can you pop in the map please
Briwooly 10 452 5 England
21 May 2013 5:23PM
Makes a good image Phil like it mate

Brian.................
saeidNL 6 3 Netherlands
21 May 2013 6:34PM
Great image,
saeid
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.5k 148 England
21 May 2013 7:10PM
Didn't know about this one, Phil, wel composed with some lovely shadows.

Dave
danbrann Plus
11 567 16
21 May 2013 8:45PM
The composition is good and the light tremendous. Good stuff Phil.
LynneJoyce Plus
7 20 99 United Kingdom
21 May 2013 9:39PM
Nice work even if it is almost a macro shot!
21 May 2013 10:15PM
Really attractive image, Phil
Alun
derrymaine 2 17 Greece
22 May 2013 6:00AM
beautiful composition
conrad 11 10.9k 116
22 May 2013 10:28AM
Nice image, but I doubt that it's the smallest church in the world - I've seen a tiny one in Wales, between Merthyr Tydfil and Brecon. So small Cromwell couldn't find it, they say. You could fit 6 chairs in it, at the most, I seem to remember.
22 May 2013 12:11PM
And I thought Chantry Chapel here in Wakefield was small! That's about 13 metres long, and this is around 7 metres long. A lovely capture, Phil Wink
Trev Smile

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