Woohoo, it's Monochrome Monday time! Until I can get married in one, I won't set foot inside a church, but i often appreciate the buildings themselves. And, having been Darylized, I always love your photographs! ;-)
Fireblossom: very funny! And Daryl, love the t-shirt on your sidebar. Hilarious.This is gorgeous. Excellent!
You've made me curious about the rest of the building. Where is it located?
A gingerbreaded church, who knew.Good capture of the details.
Beautiful! I love the cedar shakes and gingerbread trimmings.
I love the detail.Hope you are feeling better. We missed you at lunch. Feel better.
that's really beautiful!
I love how buildings of that time period had so much detail. The filigre work makes me all giddy.
Beautiful. Looks well preserved.
Our little town has an old church with a bell and steeple similar to this one. Lovely.
Such clarity. Lovely. Is it in NYC?
The monochrome effect really enhances the details on this. I like it!
I do wonder where you are for this shot - marvelous detail. Yes, I haven't done monochrome since long before digital, so the results are often quite astonishing. Do you remember the Box Brownie!!!
Oh yes, so many beautiful historic churches in Mathews...thanks for sharing.
ask not for whom the bell tolls...
So much little pieces sewed together in a tall tower - each piece carries a hope for a better life! Lovely!
Daryl: You said you aren't big on sepia. I'm not either; however, some photos just scream sepia, sepia!I love the bell tower in your photo. Black and white is just perfect. Where is the church located? Surely not NYC!
That's a beautiful steeple and so well photographed.
Nice contrast in B & W.
We pick almost the same kind of shot this time. Your´s is very nice :-)
The scrollwork is beautiful.I love church steeples. There is something very divine about them =)
Beautiful image, you have captured it very well.....
Daryl, wonderful love the monochrome days..and thanks for the lovely comment on my latest post...how kind!!
That is beautiful, a made for mono shot!
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Beautiful--love the detail!
From back in the day whenit was all about decoration--lovely photo, especially in b & W.re: the morning glories: I can't grow them from seed either. I finally decided to break down and buy a small plant or two at the nursery. Viola!!
What a gorgeous church!
It looks a bit ornate for a Baptist church...but then the Baptists can fool you if you're not careful. ;-)Excellent composition and tack-sharp. Delightful shot, D.
That's perfect for b&w with all the contrast!
Fantastic shot. I love all the texture.
The best B&W shot I've seen in this week's monomonday! :)
Wonderful gingerbread on that church. The detail really stands out in B&W. Beautiful!
Beautiful!Great monochrome picture.
Love the texture in the wood. It looks like a fancy version of a common New England steeple.
That's excellent Daryl. Lovely shape and contrast.
A good monochrome - I like the little halo around the steeple, very befitting :)
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Great old church! Perfect for mono.
Great shot of an old church!
Cool angle! And great contrast. And my word verification is "frugu". I wonder if that's fake blowfish sushi or something.
Love the gingerbread. Perfect picture for monochrome.
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