I like this Helen. Tight composition with plenty of sharp detail.
I don't think any of the churches round my way have anything like this!
It's interesting quote how many posts fort this theme have been B&W this week. This one *really* suits it.
Excellent close up, detailed image Helen!
Really like the contrasty look and the B&W suits it.
Those cobwebs fit well too!
Great start to your 52 challenge Helen, looking forward to seeing more from you throughout the year!
Great start to your challenge Helen, I agree about the B & W conversion, it suits it much better and as you say, the colour seems to be a bit strong, although I'm sure the rectors wife made it that way to last.
On my way to Southwold to seek out a "pleasure" shot and saw these guys... I would think a pig in the proverbial counts as pleasure? Was a wee bit bright so might revisit over the weekend for another go.
Welcome to the 52, Helen, and that first image is a really strong one to start with. Lots of detail and the B&W processing was the right choice to bring out the shapes and textures without the distraction of the bright colours
The Pleasure(able) image of pigs in the proverbial muck made me smile. It would be worth another try to see if you can avoid the bright highlights in different light, but this one works well anyway
I think I would be quite happy with that. It's very contrasty yes, but that would fit a B&W conversion very well (it's almost B&W as it is!)
An excellent spot on your travels and bang on for the theme.
As Dave says, you do need to post this in the main thread and link back to here. So that everyone has a chance to notice that you've posted.
Agreed.. B&W it is.
I ventured out again but it would appear that piggies don't like wind (!) They were all hiding in their arks.
This little chap came out to say hello but I think the other pic fits the theme better.