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Belgium 'The Forgotten Church' Belgium, March 2016

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If you love you grand architecture then the churches and chapels of Belgium are the places to see. Thanks to @TheVampiricSquid for helping me with this place. 

I cant find any information, I dont even know its real name. 

Shot on a D3300 and a kit lens.

 

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Visited with @CuriousityKilledTheCat and @BlocksPhotography

Edited by Vulex

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45 minutes ago, DirtyJigsaw said:

Awesome shots. Really enjoyed this place when I went in Feb. Did you go up the top and get any shots and see the other organ up there?

 

 

We were in a rush here as an old lady spoted the other 3 hanging around the window while I climbed down and said something to them. Even though we were there first thing.. sods law hah. 
So we rushed around and tried to not get in anybodies shots, just in case she called us in.

 

A lot of my shots were taken at a stupidly high ISO from messing around in the hotel the night earlier and I didnt notice until the end so I ran around and got a few. Its a reaccuring theme with me and one I dont learn from... check ISO hah.

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1 minute ago, The_Raw said:

LOL at the staged chairs :-D Nicely captured though dude :thumb 

Lol indeed, you wont catch me setting up a shot. If I did, Id add an Aisle. It makes me laugh when you go to a cottage and find 5 clocks all together...

But thanks mate :)

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