June 17, 2008

Scotland 2008 Part VI:St Mary & St Finnan's Church, Glenfinnan

Digital original, 2 frame exposure blend
As was the case when I was a child in Yorkshire, most Scottish churches are left unlocked, permitting visitors to explore them at their leisure. Consecrated in 1873 St Mary & St Finnan's Church in Glenfinnan was a lovely neo-gothic building in need of some TLC.
Digital original, 2 frame exposure blend
I expect the choice for the pattern of the floor covering is historically relevant and terribly important...but it didn't do much for the space visually.
Digital original, 2 frame exposure blend
The most simple of things sometimes becomes the most lovely of photographs. I took some time to align the window top with the peak of the arch, but in the end, it was well worth the investment.

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