Tuesday, 1 April 2008

AOL Community Photo Challenge - Aged

As Martha suggested this evening, I am submitting the same photo to this challenge as to the J-land photoshoot the week before.  By the way, I am going to put it into the Judged category, gulp. Here goes, copied from that entry:

One very old chapel in the Ness area of Lewis, dedicated to St Moluag, an acolyte of St Columba. This firebrand priest is credited with bringing Christianity to Scotland. A very readable account is given by Nigel Tranter, who takes a little bit of poetic license. Anyway, here is the pic of the chapel, which I took on 27 April 2007.


16 comments:

  1. still love it!
    hugs
    d

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  2. I like this, good job. Helen

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  3. I love that picture.  But, I imagine Sunday services during the winter, back in the old days...were bone chilling experiences.   Brrrrrrrr.   Linda in Washington state

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  4. What a beautiful old stone structure!!!  I am so glad you entered this in the challenge. Looks like a lovely place to visit~
    Marie

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  5. i love this!  it's beautiful and very worthy of the challenge topic.  :)
    gina

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  6. I love this picture, you took a great shot of it.
    Gem :-)

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  7. springangel2352 April 2008 at 11:34

    What a beautiful old chapel...this one is perfect for the challenge.  Take care...
    Joyce

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  8. Good luck with the Judged category, gulp!  
    It's a winner by my account Guido.  
    I wish we had those self same blue skies above the church here today in the Lakes.
    Good luck!
    Jeanie

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  9. I'm happy you entered this, it is a wonderful photo and certainly fits the challenge.  Good luck!
    Lisa

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  10. What a wonderful building, in a lovely setting. Great photo. Thanks for sharing.
    Sylvia

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  11. Beautiful photo, Guido. I'd give you the prize if I could. LOL

    Win =.)
    XX

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  12. Great photo, Guido, I love the surrounding green and the way the center fence leads the eye and connects with the other fences behind the building.  Nice.

    Veronica

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  13. Guido, that's a GREAT image and a perfect submission. I just love old buildings, and in that area, they're a LOT older than what I can find to shoot here. I love the way you photographed it with the fence leading up to the chapel...beautiful.
    Vicki

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  14. This is very good!!!
    Great choice!
    Linda :)

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  15. As you already know, I think this is absolutey wonderful!
    Martha :-)

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