Sunday, November 18, 2012

French Quarter Churches

Churches of the French Quarter, Charleston, SC  © Doug Hickok  All Rights Reserved
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Framed by the columns of Saint Philip's Church and the facade of the French Huguenot Church is Ministries Hall, part of the Saint Philip's Church complex. These historic places form part of the nucleus of Charleston's French Quarter. As on many Sunday mornings over the centuries, the sound of voices singing hymns can be heard flowing out of these churches as one strolls past.


15 comments:

  1. and what a lovely sound that must be!
    Happy Sunday Doug

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  2. Nice architecture. I like such church, you know. :)

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  3. The morning light on those columns is terrific. Dawn and sunset are such a great time to take photos.

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  4. Always the beautiful light and the beautiful colors of facades. A beautiful city Doug

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  5. A fabulous capture of these historical buildings. Love the angle and framing!

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  6. Very nice light and interesting way of composition. I like it.
    Have a nice day.

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  7. wonderful compo and dof, radiant colours ... and not fog ... ;-)

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  8. Gorgeous light. Love how you've framed the scene here.

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  9. Yeah, I found a palmetto tree!
    Now we need to build some mosques to we can top the domes with some crescents. ;o)

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  10. fine perspective. wonderful light

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  11. Wonderful facades - and yet it's the little hint of railings in the bottom left corner that creates the masterful balance.

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  12. Love the range of colors in this shot and very cool framing

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