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Late afternoon 2/2

The sun is winking at us behind yet another country church sitting in the middle of nowhere. This one is somewhat grander than usual.


  1. Another beautiful shot - and an interesting looking church!

  2. This is just stunning. The winking sun is lovely and the lighting really makes that church look pretty grand.

  3. Oh this is a lovely photo
    (and a pretty fancy looking church).
    Where'ish is it?

  4. Havilah, somewhere between Lue and Mudgee. Was built by Mr Henry Hunter White in 1905 and gifted to the Anglican church in 1908.

  5. The right timing and a beautiful building!

  6. I can't help myself but I am thinking of Lego ...

  7. Martina, that is a perfect description.

  8. The lighting works well here. Great shot

  9. I'd love to walk right into this picture.


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