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Parish of Llanrillo-Yn- Rhos.

By elainebaker
I took this image last Sunday in the rain on Rhos on Sea Promenade. It is of the parish church that was built over a holy well. It is the smallest church I have ever seen and still open to the public but no tripod with me so not good images on the interior of the church Sad

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NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
22 Sep 2012 7:30AM
An interesting foreword Elaine, and a rather charming image, although not the best day for taking photographs, one still gets a feel for this place. It was interesting to note that your shutter speed was only 1/15 second at that you used a relatively small aperture. "Was you camera on a tripod?"

Regards Nathan

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22 Sep 2012 9:44AM
Nathan, you noticed. I am on a photography course at my local college and they sent us out taking pictures on low shutter speed and no tripods in the effort to make us learn from the mistakes I think. This is the result. Starting at the bottom end and learning as we go. That is why I had to go out in the rain and not use a tripod in low light. Got to show good and bad in our folders. Thanks for your lovely comments. Elaine
Tibetan 5 3 England
22 Sep 2012 10:51AM
Well Elaine I think it's the smallest Church ever and a charming photo tripod or no tripod!, I think you did exceptionally well under the circumstances, gets my vote, regards Leon.GrinGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
26 Sep 2012 10:24PM
There is a small church near me as well Elaine. It might take 5 people at a push. The area its in will be in tomorrows upload. Nice image this
26 Sep 2012 10:33PM
thanks Jim, There are only two chairs in this church. I did try to take inside shots but I was not able to use my tripod for this shoot, so they didn't show the interior at it's best. It is only ten minutes drive from my house so I will be going back when I can use the tripod. Will post the pictures when I do. ElaineSmile

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