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Hanbury Church

You may recall my recent picture of Jeppo, well this is where He and Dee got married a couple of years ago. This is Hanbury Church, and I had the pleasure of taking the wedding photographs.

Hanbury Church

You may recall my recent picture of Jeppo, well this is where He and Dee got married a couple of years ago. This is Hanbury Church, and I had the pleasure of taking the wedding photographs.

comments (21)

A great image of a fine Engish Village church Bill. I think it looks really good in B/W.
Bill Phillips: There is a colour version on Mr Pig
It's a wonderful image!!
Bill Phillips: Thank you Elizabeth. It is a church with wonderful views
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 5 Jan 2012, 07:35
Oh, this wedding church has deserved a colourful photo! But I like it with the feel of melancholy -look at all the heasdstones between the high grasses, the shadows..., but it is sunny and fine weather we now miss - our last night was very stormy!
Bill Phillips: I have posted an untwiddled colour version on Mr Pig
  • Chad Doveton
  • Where latitude and longitude meet.
  • 5 Jan 2012, 08:02
Argh blackbear strikes again. Why did they get married in a grave yard?
Bill Phillips: Planning ahead
  • Chris
  • England
  • 5 Jan 2012, 08:13
That church has been well & truly mucked about with over the years: it's even got dormer windows! However this is a nice agreeable shot taken on what looks to be a fine summer day
Bill Phillips: The church is an interesting mix of Georgian and Victorian with a bit of early Everest double glazing thrown in
I know this is a typical English church scene, and that this is what the weather looks like these days, and that you like B&W. BUT, I think this could benefit from some cheering colour.
Bill Phillips: I have posted an untwiddled colour version on Mr Pig
Nice rural B&W capture Bill!
Bill Phillips: Thank you Fred
  • blackdog
  • United Kingdom
  • 5 Jan 2012, 09:47
I too spotted the dormer windows, but a classic B&W nonetheless. Fine shot Bill.
Bill Phillips: The church is a mix of Georgian, Victorian and early Everest double glazing
Taken from a very nice angle, it looks good in Black and White.
Bill Phillips: for comparison i have posted a colour version on Mr Pig
Lovely b&w, Bill
Bill Phillips: Thanks Tom. There is a colour version on Mr Pig
I remember you talking about that and I remember this church though I don't know if it was from you.
Bill Phillips: The view from the churchyard is beautiful
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 5 Jan 2012, 12:26
Eb got one in colour, Bill...looks heaps better than this!
Bill Phillips: Phoooeeey. I prefer this but I know Sheila likes colour so i posted the other one for her
  • Alan
  • United Kingdom
  • 5 Jan 2012, 12:37
I prefer the colour version, Bill. The windows in the roof are quite unusual.
Bill Phillips: Early Everest I think grin
  • Linda
  • United Kingdom
  • 5 Jan 2012, 14:28
It looks great in B/W and I love the gravestones in the foreground! I prefer this version to Mr Pig's smile
Bill Phillips: I do too. Sheila isn't a fan of B&W so I posted the colour one for her because she is so nice
Very atmospheric in B&W, Bill; a bit spooky. I guess in colour it perks up a bit and would become more welcoming to a wedding party.
Bill Phillips: The wedding day was a glorious day weatherwise and made doing the photographs very easy!
  • Olivier
  • Belgium
  • 5 Jan 2012, 15:47
Wouah, Srong B.W.: I like this composition !
Bill Phillips: Thank you Olivier, and thanks for visiting
Good angle, shot and noir look smile
Bill Phillips: i like a good solid black!
A rather good image Bill
Bill Phillips: I thank you Richard
It does work out pretty well in B&W bill!
Lovely image.
Bill Phillips: Thanks Richard. I was quite pleased with it!
Further to my comment re Mr.Pigs offering I also like this in B.& W.
Bill Phillips: I am very pleased you do Brian. i will go and see what you said to old Eb
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 5 Jan 2012, 22:14
Love the overgrown churchyard - much nicer than the usual manicured lawns.
Bill Phillips: Don't tell Jeppo, he is supposed to cut the grass

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