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Uploaded: 10/25/12 4:43 AM GMT
Let's Worship
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I finely got this to upload....had some hangups before:) A B&W of an earlier post that I will use for Lynn's B&W contest. Enjoy.

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::0930_23
10/25/12 4:46 AM GMT
Good entry.

TicK


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People are like cameras--sometimes they lose focus.
.Jhihmoac
10/25/12 4:59 AM GMT
Nice 1...BOL in the BWW contest...
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.LANJOCKEY
10/25/12 5:52 AM GMT
Hello Bruce...This is a very good closeup showing so much detail in this quaint and beautiful church....I like how you have framed your subject with the branches of the trees....Well done....All the very best to you Bruce....Mick.
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::Dunstickin
10/25/12 5:55 AM GMT
Great tones here!...has detail and gritiness..

BOL
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::Fifthbeatle
10/25/12 6:12 AM GMT
Its a cool shot full of the photographic awareness that is so necessary for an edgy image, I'll laugh at myself now for using such language, but it's true.
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I Love Cloudy Days
.mesmerized
10/25/12 6:17 AM GMT
Beautifully done, Bruce...good luck in the challenge.
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.tib
10/25/12 6:35 AM GMT
Quite a pretty little church and very nice B&W Bruce. Good luck in the contest.
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Spend a few minutes each day being grateful for what you have and who you have to share it with.
.koca
10/25/12 7:20 AM GMT
Lovely work, Bruce, inter. Interesting church. Good luck, my friend.
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::LynEve
10/25/12 1:14 PM GMT
What a beautiful little church Bruce and well taken with good lighing. I know this will be enjoyed and is a great addition to the b/w challenge.
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My thanks to all who leave comments for my work and to those of you who like one enough to make it a favourite. To touch just one person that way makes each image worthwhile. . . . . . . . . .. . . . "The question is not what you look at, but what you see" ~ Marcel Proust
::cynlee
10/25/12 1:40 PM GMT
Really like how you did this one. It stands out well and draws an eye to all those different windows.
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::trixxie17
10/25/12 3:35 PM GMT
This is a stunning image Bruce.
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. . . "What a desolate place would be a world without a flower! It would be a face without a smile, a feast without a welcome." A.J. Balfour
.gizmo1
10/25/12 4:34 PM GMT
Wow stunning capture and the light,shade-plus composition is 100%. I love the refresh cleanness about this photo and is superb in B&W contest.
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.Joanie
10/25/12 7:53 PM GMT
A beautiful little church and a great comp as well BB! Love the B&W!!!
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Four eyes are better than two.
.fionbharr2000
10/25/12 8:25 PM GMT
Wow! I am not really into b&w but this picture I think is about to change my view. Really really love this shot
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.Tedi
10/25/12 10:36 PM GMT
Very beautiful scene, nice B/W. Very good composition. Well presented.
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::LakeMichigan
10/25/12 11:02 PM GMT
I'm late to wish you luck in LE's B&W contest .
This is a great shot and I like it in B&W . I like how it is framed by Mother Nature. Nicely done!
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I would travel only by horse, if I had the choice. ~ Linda McCartney ~
.Sinestro
10/25/12 11:55 PM GMT
I like the Crisp focus, Bruce!! ...as Well as the Wholesomeness of Small town America, frozen in Time!
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.Jimbobedsel
10/26/12 1:30 PM GMT
Outstanding, Bruce.
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.rvdb
10/26/12 3:00 PM GMT
Excellent Bruce.

Rob
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The reason why the sun sets in the evening is because it wants to see the sunrise in the morning. I rise in the morning because I want to see them both. RvdB
.icedancer
10/27/12 1:47 AM GMT
Oh my, this is fantastic in B/W Bruce, it really shows of the wonderful lighting and detail in this wonderful church
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Have a Sunny Day
.Starglow
10/30/12 11:26 PM GMT
Always liked all the windows in this little church and it looks great in black and white too.
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.Eubeen
11/08/12 12:55 AM GMT
I like the colourized version better, hope you don't mind. A lovely little church. Nice lighting and lines in the scene.
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