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Here is the church, here is the steeple

Here is the church, here is the steeple

Christ Church is located at Second and Market Streets, Philadelphia and was built between 1727-1744.
The architect was Dr. John Kersley who built this magnificent church in the splendid Georgian style.
Steeple architect was Robert Smith ~ 1754.

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laine08-Oct-2012 22:42
I like this angle...the steeple draws the eye
skhin22-May-2012 03:53
What a lovely pov! Great shot!
Alessandro Farnè29-Mar-2010 04:38
Stupenda inquadratura!
Sheila31-Jan-2010 06:52
I love your composition here. Superb shot.
But I'm with Alister on the screen background :-)
Carl and Racine Erland31-Jan-2010 05:07
Lovely perspective...great shot! - Racine V
Dawn B30-Jan-2010 23:39
This is wonderfully photographed through those gorgeous iron gates. It looks like such a beautiful church!
Doug Cruden30-Jan-2010 20:13
I love the pic - the contrast between the strong vertical of the steeple and the sweeping curve of the railings is nicely done...I'm not at all sure about the wallpaper though, my eyes are sort of smarting now!! Seriously, I think it distracts from your great photo...
Mieke WA Minkjan30-Jan-2010 07:15
great angle!
January Grey30-Jan-2010 06:40
Terrific composition! Beautifully captured! V~
Fay Stout30-Jan-2010 00:52
Here is the church... here is the steeple... open the doors and see all the people?
Good point of view...
carol j. phipps30-Jan-2010 00:33
Really lovely! Effective pov.
Phillip Normanton29-Jan-2010 22:27
It's a loooong way up - wouldn't like to have to calibrate that weather-vane ;o))
Bernard Davis29-Jan-2010 22:25
Love the pov, the cast iron really sets the steeple off. The wallpaper just appeared, ouch!
Voted (for the picture, not the wallpaper, lol).
J. Scott Coile29-Jan-2010 21:35
I think you have pretty thoroughly documented this fine structure!
Kathryn29-Jan-2010 19:08
Interesting shapes in this one, Lovely.
Stewart Mitchell29-Jan-2010 16:05
Lots to take in here Steph, love the low viewpoint and the framing of the branches and ornate ironwork!
Jeff Lobaugh29-Jan-2010 15:23
Love this perspective! Well done!
Barbara Heide29-Jan-2010 14:30
nice angle!
Ann...29-Jan-2010 14:24
Excellent composition and lovely presentation.
Mairéad29-Jan-2010 13:25
Great point of view and framing.
Roby29-Jan-2010 13:04
nice composition Steph, V
LynnH29-Jan-2010 12:44
OH wow, that is just such a beautiful steeple and photo.
iamjv29-Jan-2010 12:36
Nice perspective... Jv
Cindi Smith29-Jan-2010 12:08
I love this one too!
maggie_falconi29-Jan-2010 11:35
Beautiful pov and tone Stephanie. Thank you so much for the info.
Norman Richard29-Jan-2010 11:33
very beautifull building
Blandine Mangin29-Jan-2010 11:24
superbe composition ! v
Available Light Images29-Jan-2010 11:06
Woa.. the combination of your wallpaper and that image has just popped my eyes out!! lovely pic, but girl, that is hard to look at...
Colin Storey29-Jan-2010 10:54
Wonderful image of this steeple. v
Betty Vlasiu29-Jan-2010 10:29
Another excellent capture. v
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