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Belgium Gravestone Church/Eglis SV - July 2013

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Evening all,

Small set from this well visited church in Belgium which is next door to a large cop shop!

We arrived on a Sunday and found our way in. For those in the know, when this church closed, the bodies were moved and interred into the ground so a large hole has been left. I didn't see the bones as I was too busy dodging the piles of pigeon poo that has mounted up from the countless birds that occupy this place.

I did what I wanted and waited for the others outside in the fresh air.

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Thanks for looking in.

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Quite liked this place apart from the poop of course..youve captured it well mate..i tried to get up the tower but those wooden steps just wasnt doing it for me

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Excellent set mate!!

love how nicely bright and light they are..

Most pics of this place turn out almost black, so definitely a nice different view! Well done.

Have to say I also missed the bones. Same story, took the shots I wanted and left... God, that smell.. :)

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