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All Saints, Kingweston, Somerset
12.8.08 Chris Spracklen

All Saints, Kingweston, Somerset

Kingweston, Somerset

This impressive church, that stands next to one of Millfield School's campuses, was rebuilt by a by C E Giles, in 1855, though it still retains its large 12th century Norman doorway. As you can see, it has a fantastic south porch steeple, that begins as a square tower, and then turns octagonal.

(I was there this morning, taking photo's at the Somerset youth camp.)

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Zoltán Balogh14-Oct-2010 06:27
Truly beautiful! V
Ghislaine et Réal Boulet21-Aug-2008 17:10
Beautiful composition and architecture
john savage14-Aug-2008 00:36
Great shot of this magnificent architecture. V
Walter O. Koenig13-Aug-2008 01:38
Super shot of this beautiful church Chris. Excellent work. "V"
Jay Levin12-Aug-2008 23:51
Beautiful image, Chris. Love the details on this church. Vote
Katie Chew12-Aug-2008 23:16
Excellent!! V
CM Kwan12-Aug-2008 23:04
I saw two impressive things here, Chris! The church and your amazing picture! V
poetry66612-Aug-2008 22:34
A very fine capture of this beautiful church, Chris. The tower with its square base looks impressive indeed. Very Beautiful setting with the nice blue sky. A superb image.BV.
Brinn MacDougall12-Aug-2008 20:21
What a beautiful church and capture..v
Tomasz Dziubinski - Photography12-Aug-2008 17:34
Wow! Beautiful church, perfectly taken, Vote !
Jeff Waldorff12-Aug-2008 17:06
Excellent POV with beautiful colors and details, Chis!
Marco Valk12-Aug-2008 17:04
beautiful image, Chris; nice HDR processing; well done
Paco López12-Aug-2008 16:37
Excellent!!!! BV!
Yiannis Pavlis12-Aug-2008 13:19
Interesting shot taken from an excellent perspective.Well captured with wonderful details, with superb contrast and colors.Another beautiful work Chris.V
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