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UK Lovely church int middler nowhere - June 2013

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So I went to scope out a place I have been looking at for a while and it was a bit busy with traffic when I got there.... went home through the country side and stumbled totally by chance on this little beaut, literally in the middle of a field in a village of three houses!

Not sure what the crack is,it really is just in the middle of a field, fairly empty apart from a load of wooden chairs, doors left wide open definitely not functional any more, in fact there's a sheet of wood hung on the door which says ''No longer a place of worship - ground remains consecrated'' which I read to mean there's no security but if you smash the place up GOD WILL KNOW! lol

Lovely old place to spend half an hour anyway.... pics OM-D EM5 and a 17mm... ta for looking!

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Ta for looking !

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Thanks very much all... you bunch of lovely buggers x

Someones been playing with his prime lens ;)

Nice set mate really like them

Cheers mate... no choice, its the only lens I own lol

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Thanks very much all... you bunch of lovely buggers x

Cheers mate... no choice, its the only lens I own lol

No wideangle?

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No wideangle?

No mate, just the OMD and a 17mm (35mm on that body) f1.8... all the better for ninja sneekyness ;-)

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Awwwwwwww man thats a lovely little spot, cracking set of pics with that smashing little camera of yours!

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