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Christ Church interior column

Christ Church interior column

20 North American Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Christ Church was founded in 1695. Revolutionary War leaders who attended Christ Church include George Washington, Robert Morris, Benjamin Franklin and Betsy Ross.
Christ Church's congregation also included 15 signers of the Declaration of Independence.
It was the first parish of the Church of England (Anglican) in Pennsylvania. It is also the birthplace of the American Episcopal Church.
Christ Church is a National Historic Landmark and a unique historic site that continues its original function as an Episcopal parish.

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Anitta Vuorisola03-Aug-2012 12:15
Wonderful perspective! Fabulous! V
Milan Vogrin08-Nov-2010 21:41
Nice compo!
Giancarlo Bisone13-Jul-2010 21:14
Outstanding shot Stephanie! V
Inga Morozoff01-Feb-2010 01:19
You chose an excellent point of view for this shot!
Walter O. Koenig26-Jan-2010 03:39
Great shot. I really like the perspective, details and lighting. "V"
marita toftgard26-Jan-2010 00:03
excellent choice of position!
Fabienne25-Jan-2010 21:24
la perspective est superbement saisie, c'est une excellente photo.
Timothy Guenther24-Jan-2010 14:37
Beautiful! I'm sure I was hauled there as a kid, but I don't remember it.
(My Grandma lived in Philadelphia.)
Carl and Racine Erland24-Jan-2010 05:23
Beautiful architectural shot...interesting perspective. – Racine
Jeff Lobaugh24-Jan-2010 03:06
Strong, strong perspective! Love it!
Nancy Good24-Jan-2010 02:29
Love it, Steph!! Based on these details, I can imagine this is a very beautiful building!
Cindi Smith24-Jan-2010 02:19
This is fantastic. I like the perspective. Excellent work here, girl!
carol j. phipps24-Jan-2010 02:11
Superb view of this wonderful column.
Jim Stone24-Jan-2010 01:08
Great perspective and color
Mieke WA Minkjan24-Jan-2010 00:44
great monochrome and colour
Ieke Vonk23-Jan-2010 23:02
Love the perspective.
Fay Stout23-Jan-2010 22:25
Definitely soaring to great heights! Great POV...
LynnH23-Jan-2010 22:24
Great POV! I love the details!!! Look forward to more!
Barbara Heide23-Jan-2010 21:49
excellent perspective...
Kerry Tingley23-Jan-2010 20:37
We used to attend a small episcopal church in Maryland that had been George
Washington's summer church (his family's summer home was near here on the river).
Kerry Tingley23-Jan-2010 20:34
What a treasure! xbeautiful Stephanie!
Phillip Normanton23-Jan-2010 20:07
it looks almost metallic :)
J. Scott Coile23-Jan-2010 17:04
Super detail of a great historic structure. Well told too.
Stewart Mitchell23-Jan-2010 16:58
Dramatic angles, very dizzy-making!!
Paolo Peggi (aka Bracciodiferro)23-Jan-2010 16:14
Nice perspective,V+
Norman Richard23-Jan-2010 14:45
great pov
maggie_falconi23-Jan-2010 14:18
Amazing shot Stephanie. Great angle and perspective, and a great compo!!!
Ursula Armstrong23-Jan-2010 11:51
very elegant angle! Great! Uschi (V)
Aud Elise Sjøsæther23-Jan-2010 11:48
Fantastic angle! Looks like an amazing architecture! V
Bernard Davis23-Jan-2010 11:27
Great pov, loads of powerful perspective. Excellent shot.
mart s23-Jan-2010 11:25
great perspective...
carabias23-Jan-2010 11:17
Impresionante perspectiva!! -V-
Mairéad23-Jan-2010 10:59
Very interesting POV -just like being there.
Gerhard Ritsema23-Jan-2010 10:52
I like the range of white tones! Your POV makes this to a very interesting composition!
Ali Majdfar23-Jan-2010 10:46
Fantastic PoV, great capture! ~V
Sheila23-Jan-2010 09:29
Superb perspective. A great shot.
Available Light Images23-Jan-2010 09:09
Super perspective and nice tones too.. nice job
Doug Cruden23-Jan-2010 08:56
Terrific angled composition - all those lines racing upwards is making me dizzy!! Fab shot, Stephanie!!
Kathryn23-Jan-2010 08:07
Looking forward to seeing more of this magnificent building.
Lovley shot Stephanie.
heather23-Jan-2010 08:03
Love the angle! Great shot! V
January Grey23-Jan-2010 07:23
Neat perspective~ Great shot! V~
Betty Vlasiu23-Jan-2010 07:19
Splendid photo. Wonderful detail. v
Ann...23-Jan-2010 07:15
I like this pov, it shows off the column to its best advantage. A very elegant ceiling too.
Michal Leszczynski23-Jan-2010 07:08
Very good angle view, wonderful capture of architecture, excellent photo. V.
Gary Blanchette23-Jan-2010 07:07
Wow, I would have got dizzy looking up like that...
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