Church Window Part One by Simon & His Camera

The church was small and very old but not much internally but this image was an instant 'must take', loved it and hope it came out well.


I was lucky to get the gravestones in the background this was hard to get through the fuzzy window.

The light was lovely coming through and catching the flowers and the shadows. But the room was very dark.

I like the fact that even with no title it is so obvious what this image depicts.


Part Two Here -


St Botolph's Church, Hardham. Dating from the 11th Century (claimed to be 1050 AD), this Saxon foundation contains Roman tiles in its walls, presumably re-used form the earlier Roman settlement sited in the area. The windows are, for the most part, of the Saxon or early Norman style, very narrow and with rounded heads.


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Taken on June 3, 2012