09 January 2014

TAKE TWO HUNDRED AND THIRTY ONE

Now this week's Thursday Challenge is on a favourite subject of mine... ARCHITECTURE!


This architectural detail is the vestry door from Claydon church of St Peter's, Suffolk.  Although in keeping with the 14th century nave, this is part of the 19th century 'improvements'.














Taken with the 'Nik' on manual 200ISO.

14 comments:

  1. How gorgeous! Everything in your environment is so old and beautiful over there!

    (ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!

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  2. That is rather beautiful, never seen one like that yet

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  3. That's a lotta little stones in that facade. I do like pictures of doors and pictures of windows.

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  4. Nice warm old feel to it.
    Great pic.
    Happy New Year!

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  5. Hari Om

    Love the various shades

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  6. Hari OM
    thanks everyone - the flint stones certainly add dimension!!

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  7. I would love to walk around there, with my camera ofcourse ;-)

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  8. I love pictures of (old) doors! Lovely old door that is!

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  9. Beautiful details and lovely light on the door.

    Thank you very much for visiting my blog and commenting on my entry for this week's Thursday Challenge.

    ~Lindy

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  10. good photo Have a nice Thursday


    much love...

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  11. Such a lovely picture! It makes me wonder how the rest of the building looks.

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  12. Oh, how beautiful. I particularly like the contrast of the natural, rounded little stones and the embellished hinges. Wonderful.

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  13. Very beautiful and great colours!

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