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May 07, 2012 10:40 |  #1

My congregation has gathered at this site for almost three centuries to worship. The present meetinghouse was built in 1797. Last Sunday, I arrived early to take these photos on a beautiful spring morning. C&C always welcomed.

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May 07, 2012 11:18 |  #2

Very nicely done on the processing. I like the first one better as the angles of the church are better as the second one you have the camera tilted up and distorts a little bit. But both are very nice


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May 07, 2012 18:49 |  #3

These are very nice shots. Good job. Like the first one as well. Too bad the tree limbs cover up the clock.




  
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May 07, 2012 20:50 |  #4

digital_AM wrote in post #14395420 (external link)
These are very nice shots. Good job. Like the first one as well. Too bad the tree limbs cover up the clock.

Thanks for the feedback. I tried moving all around to find an angle where the trees weren't so intrusive. In the winter, the branches are bare, and one can see the clock much better, but the overall imagery is better in the spring.


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May 07, 2012 21:30 as a reply to  @ BioSci's post |  #5

I found one more image, taken from a slightly different angle, which shows the clock tower a little better.

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May 09, 2012 01:01 |  #6

Yes, the clock is a nice feature and the sky area is less grayed.


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