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Cutting it fine

Cutting it fine

These dark winter days don't afford much opportunity for taking photographs. I usually carry my camera
with me everywhere in the hope that something will catch my eye.
This was taken after I'd dropped my son to school and was driving through town on the way to my office,
with not many minutes to spare!
The urn is a memorial to Agnes Galt, sister of the Scottish poet Robert Burns, who is buried in the graveyard
of St Nicholas Church in Dundalk. With parts of it dating back to the 13th century it is the oldest building still
in use in town. It is, I think, my favourite building in Dundalk, even though I only stood inside it for the
first time two years ago as it's a Protestant church which traditionally would have been out of bounds for Catholics.
It has a beautiful interior with impressive stained glass windows. It owes its nickname 'The Green Church' to
its copper spire.

Nikon D90
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bill friedlander02-Dec-2009 20:39
Nicely composed and lovely light. Thanks for the background info. V
Neal Nye02-Dec-2009 12:26
How nice you took the time to stop. Very interesting perspective on this wonderful old architecture.
laine01-Dec-2009 22:52
I like your POV & the light washing over the stone.
LynnH01-Dec-2009 22:35
I'm glad you had an opportunity to visit it on the way to work. This is a terrific photo! V
Máire Uí Mhaicín01-Dec-2009 22:18
Love the POV on this. A beautiful shot. -v-
Colin Storey01-Dec-2009 20:24
Nicely taken shot.
Johnny JAG01-Dec-2009 20:16
Plenty of time.
slhoornstra01-Dec-2009 19:39
A very visually stimulating shot. V
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