“Church in Sepia Circa, 1859” by brett101

“Church in Sepia Circa, 1859”

This is the St. James Episcopal Church in the Eckley Miner’s Village with a bit of editing in sepia. While this is not the original structure - which was actually destroyed in 1938 - it is an exact replica which was built in an adjoining town in 1860 and later moved back to the original site in 1974. It fit the foundation perfectly and still stands stoically today [17 January 2018]

“Choosing sepia is all to do with trying to make the image look romantic and idealistic. It's sort of a soft version of propaganda.”
- Martin Parr
nice image
January 18th, 2019  
Brilliant processing and lovely piece of history. Thanks.
January 18th, 2019  
@12dog @dide - Thank you Robert and Dianne, much appreciated!
January 18th, 2019  
Lovely church & the sepia works well.
January 18th, 2019  
@carole_sandford - Thank you Carole!
January 19th, 2019  
Wonderful fav
January 21st, 2019  
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