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photoblog image Keatings pub. Side window.
As much as possible of the fabric of the original church has been maintained/restored. This window is located on the far side of the building, away from the entrance and the feature tower. I took this shot in the late evening, when the dying sun, shining from a rather hazy sky, lit up the stonework and the artificial lighting inside began to come into effect. This is a tight crop from a larger image. Being a sucker for reflections, it was a nice bonus that the glass panes rewarded me with some interesting examples.


Ginnie from Atlanta, GA, United States 30 Mar 2007, 15:20
That is a very cool pic, Jimbo. It's my kind of pic and is going directly to my Likeys!
Jimbo: I'm honoured Ginnie.

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camera Canon PowerShot A620
exposure mode full manual
shutterspeed 1/125s
aperture f/4.0
sensitivity unknown
focal length 14.9mm
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