St. Dionysius

Today I visited Market Harborough, a town about 30 miles from where I live. I visited the church there briefly while the family shopped. The sundial on the tower extols us to “Improve the Time” something as relevant to us today as it was at the time this 17th C church was built.

St. Dionysius
St. Dionysius

Improve the time.
Improve the time.
Font flowers.
Font flowers.
Eagle lectern.
Eagle lectern.
Nativity scene.
Nativity scene.

The interior of the church is beautiful but one picture stood out for me just after I entered, this humble stack of tubular framed chairs offered immediate possibilities. This is just one of the finished images form that stack, and I find it very pleasing that these were the first images taken with my new Fuji X-Pro 1

Ever decreasing.
Ever decreasing.
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