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Old Oct 14, 2010, 2:02 PM   #1
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This is the church where I live. Both me and my children have been baptized in that church. The oldest parts of the church is from -1100. The head part of the church is from -1300. And the paintings inside on the ceiling and the walls is from -1400 and painted by Albertus Pictor.



















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Liking your pics, Looks like a nice place there.
The door handle in the second set is my favorite, reeealy like it, the focus on the wood behind and the diagonal flow of the wood grain, Brilliant.
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Lovely architecture and images. It is amazing how older buildings like this survive through the centuries.

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Liking your pics, Looks like a nice place there.
The door handle in the second set is my favorite, reeealy like it, the focus on the wood behind and the diagonal flow of the wood grain, Brilliant.
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Thank you! Yeah itīs amazing. Really like old buildings.

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A most enjoyable tour of that old house of worship. No doubt a long history of both joyous and sad occasions.
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A most enjoyable tour of that old house of worship. No doubt a long history of both joyous and sad occasions.
Thanks Walter! Glad you enjoyed it

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I like the sharp processing -- it gives a modern day feel to it.

Pic #12 -- the window with iron grills and rings -- reminds me IBM's magnetic core memory. You can see pictures of it here. Maybe it's time IBM give credit where credit is due.
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I like the sharp processing -- it gives a modern day feel to it.

Pic #12 -- the window with iron grills and rings -- reminds me IBM's magnetic core memory. You can see pictures of it here. Maybe it's time IBM give credit where credit is due.
Thanks! Glad to hear you like the pics and PP. Interesting with the IBM thing
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Love the architectural detail that you have composed and captured so well. Nice looking organ as well--I love listening to organ music in a church. That is quite a bit of history!

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