Pyecombe church, on the South Downs, Sussex

Apologies I don't post much now, but not taken any photos recently. I'm not really keeping the spirit of 365 so think it's fairer to all to reduce my involvement and contacts. You can find me on FaceBook. This is a photo taken in November 2007.

"The Church of the Transfiguration in Pyecombe lies at the heart of this small village as well as on many ancient drovers and pilgrim paths, including today the South Downs Way National Trail.

It has been known for many years as 'The Shepherds’ Church'. Built in 1170 the church also offers a tranquil space for those seeking peace in our busy world.

Throughout its long history, the church has offered refreshment to travellers. The recent addition of a toilet and kitchen enable us to continue this proud tradition in practical ways." [From the church website].
Love the colours in this shot, and the tree shadow. ( I personally react when my 365 friends do post and don't ' harbour grudges' when they don't post and coincidentally have decided to limit my posts on fb now.).
posted January 22nd, 2018  
It has the autumn feel about it Ivan . I love the long and prominent shadow of the tree making quite an eerie appearance !
posted January 22nd, 2018  
A lovely composition, nicely framed by the trees
posted January 22nd, 2018  
What a grand representation of a grand building. Beautiful colours here Ivan!
posted January 22nd, 2018  
Beautiful image Ivan. I have had nearly a year off and already missing days! It's very time consuming so I am dipping in and out as and when I can.
posted January 22nd, 2018  
i like your vibrant colours ivan
posted January 22nd, 2018  
Beautiful capture love the shadows
posted January 22nd, 2018  
Love those small old churches. So much history in those. Fav. capture.
posted January 22nd, 2018  
Really like this, with the tree shadow climbing up the church wall. I am on facebook but find that it likes to take over and control me and I enjoy not having that element at all on this site. I don't post so much there nowadays. I shall look forward to your visits when you make them.
posted January 22nd, 2018  
Such beautiful textures.
posted January 22nd, 2018  
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