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photoblog image Church Visits - 2009  14/15

Church Visits - 2009 14/15

During 2009 I visited 15 churches and featured some of them occasionally on SC. in part.  This series will cover all of them, and for this series you will see that I have used a common theme of layout and presentation for each, which I hope you will enjoy, together with a short piece of sacred music that I hope you will find time to enjoy also.

Like yesterdays posting I also featured this church last year but again I hope you will enjoy a further look at it in a slightly different presentation.  Todays piece of music must be one of the most played and performed in churches and concerts everywhere.

We arrived back from Dorset yesterday evening after a great time and lovely "sitting on the beach" weather would you believe, I now have some 400 images to sort "the wheat from the chaff" as they say and also to catch up with your images if time allows. In the mean time thanks for all your comments over the last few days, I will answer any particular questions in due course.

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Church Visits - 2009 14/15

During 2009 I visited 15 churches and featured some of them occasionally on SC. in part.  This series will cover all of them, and for this series you will see that I have used a common theme of layout and presentation for each, which I hope you will enjoy, together with a short piece of sacred music that I hope you will find time to enjoy also.

Like yesterdays posting I also featured this church last year but again I hope you will enjoy a further look at it in a slightly different presentation.  Todays piece of music must be one of the most played and performed in churches and concerts everywhere.

We arrived back from Dorset yesterday evening after a great time and lovely "sitting on the beach" weather would you believe, I now have some 400 images to sort "the wheat from the chaff" as they say and also to catch up with your images if time allows. In the mean time thanks for all your comments over the last few days, I will answer any particular questions in due course.

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comments (11)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 29 Apr 2010, 01:11
Thought I'd seen this place before.
I've enjoyed this series Brian. Glad you had a good trip
Brian Walbey: Thanks Bill, just one more church to visit tomorrow and you you can all look at something a bit more outlandish next week ????
  • Chris
  • England
  • 29 Apr 2010, 08:09
A lovely set of pictures Brian. The problem of being a photographer - and I'm sure this applies to all of us - is that after a break or holiday there is a huge pile of work to do on the computer with the photographs you have taken. But that is all part of the fun!
Brian Walbey: I couldn't agree more Chris, I have so many sets of themes from Dorset, not only for SC but my Flickr as well and some bits and pieces for the camera club, should keep me busy.
Fancy leaving glorious Dorset Brian ... Oh well back to the shopping washing hoovering etc ... ;-)

good series btw

richard
Brian Walbey: Thanks Richard. Unfortunately (?) my return has meant I will have to spend hours on the PC doing my photos for SC and Flickr, what a bind smile
Welcome back Brian. I enjoyed your series!
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Richard.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 29 Apr 2010, 13:03
If I recall correctly, both Slaughters are very attractive places. This church fits in nicely if that's the case.
Brian Walbey: Yes both villages are very nice Alan, we weren't too far from you at the weekend down Dorset way, our cottage was at Hurn, it is nice that way.
Ah..welcome home Brian..It made a nice change for you both...A great set of pic's again and nicely presented..Now...I've seen so many churches..I'm almost converted..Very nice series though Brian.
Brian Walbey: After my postings next week Ron you might feel like being converted and there isn't a church among them ????
Lovely setting behind the altar Brian
Brian Walbey: Yes and I managed to get a close-up of that Janet.
Looks like a fine old building, Brian.
Brian Walbey: It was a lovely village church Tom.
  • Marion
  • Ireland
  • 29 Apr 2010, 17:04
Wow! Look at those tiles on the floor, gorgeous!!! A fine collage again!
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Marion, yes it is a fine tiled floor.
another wonderful church, stained glass windows look great
Brian Walbey: They do indeed, thanks Derek.

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