Church revisited... by thewatersphotos

Church revisited...

I've photographed this church in our town before, but I don't think it was from this angle. I just liked the light and the sky. I'm also learning to use different apertures to change the "mood" of my photos.
Nice looking church Gary - shame about those power lines 🙁.
April 9th, 2021  
Lovely
April 10th, 2021  
Beautiful!
April 10th, 2021  
Beautifully composed and captured Gary
April 10th, 2021  
This has a storybook feel to it.
April 10th, 2021  
Such a nice looking and cared for church. Very nice POV.
April 10th, 2021  
A really interesting church - like the tones here
April 10th, 2021  
A very sweet looking building. I like the soft tones.
April 10th, 2021  
Nice scene
April 10th, 2021  
Such a nice structure.
April 10th, 2021  
Very nice shot
April 10th, 2021  
Lovely church! I like how the color of the roof comes back in the stairs and railing.
Just a pity of the power lines in front. I have similar problems with my mosques and try to get as close as possible with a wide angle lens.. But it often doesn't work.
April 10th, 2021  
Beautiful architecture.
April 10th, 2021  
Beautiful building and capture
April 10th, 2021  
Beautiful church well captured.
April 10th, 2021  
It's quite lovely with the dogwood and bright spring leaves around it.
April 10th, 2021  
Very pretty.
April 10th, 2021  
Lovely church...round windows tend to catch my eye
April 10th, 2021  
You have such pretty churches...they always look warm & friendly whereas some if our very old churches can look dark & very formal.
April 10th, 2021  
Power lines are the photographers nemesis. They can be removed in post but it is a difficult and laborious job. This is a lovely image nonetheless with soft, pastel colours and a very pleasing composition.
April 13th, 2021  
A beautiful church. Very nice architecture!
April 14th, 2021  
@jon_lip Thanks, Jon. I just resolve myself to the fact that these things exist , they are part of the landscape and so they stay in the photos.
April 16th, 2021  
@linnypinny Thanks so much, Lin!
April 16th, 2021  
@framelight_byasli Thank you so much, Asli. Happy to have you following my project!
April 16th, 2021  
@tosee Thank you very much, Tom!
April 16th, 2021  
@danette Thanks, Danette. I thought so, too, when I pulled it up on my computer.
April 16th, 2021  
@cwbill Thank you, Bill. What yo can't see is the rest of the beautiful old houses they are used in addition to the church.
April 16th, 2021  
@milaniet Thank you, Milanie.
April 16th, 2021  
@ljmanning Thanks, Laura. It is a quaint building.
April 16th, 2021  
@amyk Thanks, Amy!
April 16th, 2021  
@taffy Thank you, Taffy!
April 16th, 2021  
@bkbinthecity Thanks so much!
April 16th, 2021  
@ingrid01 Thank you, Ingrid. I just include the power lines. They are so low and close to the buildings in our town.
April 16th, 2021  
@casablanca Thank you!
April 16th, 2021  
@craftymeg Thanks, Margaret!
April 16th, 2021  
@mtaylor Thanks, Maria!
April 16th, 2021  
@randystreat Thanks so much for noticing, Kathy!
April 16th, 2021  
@kvphoto Thanks, KV!
April 16th, 2021  
@k9photo Thanks, Kate. I noticed them, but they are pretty now that you mention them.
April 16th, 2021  
@happypat Ha! Ours are quite a bit younger than many of yours. Church is very much a part of community here and the congregations, while sometimes small, are typically very close.
April 16th, 2021  
@cdcook48 I agree, Chris, but I just accept them as part of the landscape and don't worry about taking them out. It is what you would see if you drove by this lovely church.
April 16th, 2021  
@congaree Thank you, John!
April 16th, 2021  
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