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St.James & St.John

By BrianM
Wood carving detail from notice board, St.James & St.Johns Church, Dorrington, Lincolnshire.

I MAY NOT HAVE CHANCE TO ACKNOWLEDGE ANY COMMENTS FOR A FEW DAY - PLEASE BE PATIENT.

Tags: Close-up and macro

Voters: UserRemoved, headskiesfly, ericfaragh and 7 more


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Comments


You have captured the depth, colour and detail of this carving really well. The border really sets it off too! *click*
Suey xx

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francisg 12 703 1 United Kingdom
27 Sep 2004 6:25PM
I like this one. The colour and texture have been well captured. I would love to know the story that is being shown.
Click.
Frank.
UserRemoved 12 6.2k 1
27 Sep 2004 7:28PM
Spot-on comp with lovely detail tho' kind of shouts B/W to me! √ΜΛЯΚ
ericfaragh 12 132 2 United Kingdom
28 Sep 2004 1:14AM
Nicely cropped to concentrate entirely upon the subject. Well done Brian.
gwynann 12 72 United Kingdom
28 Sep 2004 11:16AM
Like it, click
Gwyn
tull 13 181 United Kingdom
28 Sep 2004 11:52AM
Great textures Brian:Mark
old timer 12 55 1 Scotland
28 Sep 2004 4:34PM
Nice textures, Brian. I love woodcarvings.
Jim
28 Sep 2004 10:57PM
Like everything about it Brian, makes a wonderful image, well spotted and taken.
Richard
Super sharp shot Brian, well spotted.

Mary
2 Oct 2004 12:01PM
Love the texture. click
Atlas 12 621 United Kingdom
3 Oct 2004 8:37PM
Very well taken image Brian ☼☼☼☼☼

Rob
BrianM 13 6 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2004 6:08PM
I'm back - thanks everyone for taking a look and for the comments, appreciated as always. This carving caught my eye when visiting this little church on top of a hill on the very edge of the village some time ago. As yet I have not managed to find out just what is depicted in the rather interesting scene, sorry Frank.

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