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Through the Keyhole


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Through the Keyhole

21 Jan 2023 4:01PM   Views : 152 Unique : 127

There's no doubt in my mind that the most intriguing things are those that are just out of sight or just out of reach. They raise questions but give no answers. So I was shooting some more images for a review at Tyldesley cemetery, and started chatting to someone about the disused chapel. Of course I said I would be really pleased to be able to see inside, and he said, whilst dangling a set of keys, that fortunately I was talking to the man with the keys. So, urban exploration with a set of keys sounded good and yesterday was the arranged day to open the gates, open the doors and look inside. Like the chapels in Atherton Cemetery that I have previously seen inside, it is a picture of simple disuse. Peeling paint, general debris, but there have been some repairs made to keep the building safe and secure. This means that a use could be found for it if someone had the will to do so. I have shown you the exterior of this chapel many times in many lens and camera reviews, and now I am delighted to take you on a small journey, through the keyhole.....














As you can see, I decided to play with one image in Photoshop, but the rest are fundamentally straight shots. Camera was the Pentax K-1 full frame DSLR. Lenses were the Pentax FA 20-35mm f/4 and the Pentax F 17-28mm Fisheye Zoom.

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