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photoblog image Lythe Parish Church 7/7

Lythe Parish Church 7/7

As a follow up to yesterdays image of the entrance porch to St.Oswald's church here is a tryptych taken from inside the porch looking out in three different directions.  If you are in the area this church, and its contents, really are worth a visit. You can't miss it, it suddenly appears before you as you drive up a hill on the way North from Whitby.


The church has its own website here

Lythe Parish Church 7/7

As a follow up to yesterdays image of the entrance porch to St.Oswald's church here is a tryptych taken from inside the porch looking out in three different directions.  If you are in the area this church, and its contents, really are worth a visit. You can't miss it, it suddenly appears before you as you drive up a hill on the way North from Whitby.


The church has its own website here

comments (14)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 2 Oct 2011, 00:38
Very well presented, Brian.
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Ray.
What a lovely, peaceful view!
Brian Walbey: Yes it is a very peaceful spot Elizabeth.
great final image for this series of 7
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Chantal.
Wonderful set here Brian, but the picture on the right with that lamp and the graves is a great picture.
Brian Walbey: Thankyou Frances.
Excellent idea with the three views.
Brian Walbey: It was such a nice outlook the idea came to me.
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 2 Oct 2011, 10:42
A fine set of images, Brian. Very nicely edited to bring out the warm of the stone in the arch and good views of the churchyard.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Alan.
  • Chris
  • England
  • 2 Oct 2011, 11:25
This is an imaginative composition Brian
Brian Walbey: It's unusual for me to have an idea like this when I'm actually at a place Chris.
ell done on this Brian, very clever and to beautiful effect.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Sheila.
A fine end to the series Brian
Brian Walbey: Thanks Bill.
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 2 Oct 2011, 13:58
This is a fine idea to show as triptych different views from one point, and our eyes are wandering with your camera-eye. The name St. Oswald is rather common in Austria and our country, as I read there are two Oswalds, a king and a bishop, both have been canonized. In former times the boy name Oswald was usual, too. I love those little churches in England ,but they are not always open during the day.
Brian Walbey: It was so nice in all directions outside this idea came to mind Philine. Usually churches in big towns are kept locked these days, sadly, although some city ones are manned and open, and very often small villages have them open because it is only tourists who bother to go to such places, not vandals and thieves.
Very nice pictures!
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Victoria.
This is a fascinating way to capture the view of all three sides out of the arch Brian.... great framing for this montage....petersmile
Brian Walbey: I don't usually get very unusual ideas with pictures Peter but this one came to mind as I walked out of the church and I feel it has worked quite well.
  • Debb
  • United Kingdom
  • 2 Oct 2011, 21:53
another lovely photo.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Debb.
An interesting idea to show the changes a change of angle brings.
Brian Walbey: I don't often get ideas like this John, I th

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