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29 Aug 2012 5:58PM
Very nice tones.......GrinGrin

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Leilani 12 29 3 England
29 Aug 2012 6:13PM
Fabulous! Great details and mix of light! As always... Smile
PinkK 7 80 1 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2012 6:19PM
Great work as always Grin
carper123 Plus
4 921 8 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2012 6:46PM
Nice one Clint, a little bit different from yesterday i thinkWink, really like the processing a good range of tones.
well done mate.
Darryl.Smile
rayme330 4 17 1 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2012 7:29PM
I love church interiors, especially ones with lots of rich tones, just like this, nice one, Clint.

Ray
fazzer Plus
7 54 7 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2012 7:50PM
beautifully processed,great light and lovely warm tonesSmile
UrbaneMagick 4 172 1 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2012 7:51PM
thats terrific Clint, whats the history behind the church then? It's unused, but still had a fully fitted interior, pews , sconces etc..intrigues me it does!!

Gareth
buxton 8 England
29 Aug 2012 8:31PM
Fantastic image, love the processing as always. Grin
Martin..
29 Aug 2012 9:45PM
Wonderful processing Clint.
Well done with the UA.

David
clintQB 5 51 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2012 9:47PM
Thanks everyone, ill put a bit of history up for you.
Built by Colonel Edward Akroyd to serve his model village of Akroydon at Boothtown, All Soul's Church is in a corner of Akroyd Park facing Haley Mills. Considered one of the country's finest Victorian Gothic churches, the architect was George Gilbert Scott, famous in his day for London's Albert Memorial, St Pancras Station Hotel and other buildings. It includes much sculpture, metalwork, stained glass and painting by leading artists and artisans of the day. Building started in 1856 and the church was consecrated in 1859. The church was vast, with a tower and spire of cathedral proportions (236 ft, 72 m), and far beyond the resources of a small congregation. In the late 1970s the roof and spire were in disrepair and the church was closed for service in 1978. Some repairs were undertaken and in 1988, the church's protection and maintenance was taken over by the Redundant Churches Fund (now The Churches Conservation Trust).
clintQB 5 51 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2012 9:55PM
And thanks to paul for the UA Grin
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
29 Aug 2012 10:19PM
Superb empathic processing, Clint. Suits this place perfectly.

Dave

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