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Hi Bill.A beautiful picture Bill.Nice so the tower.Groettie from Patricia.
So pleased to find your blog/photos thru Christine. Wonderful picture. Have a nice weekend.
It's very steep! Nice location in between the trees.
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How good that color of the church and tower fits in the landscape. Very nice Bill.
A bit hidden in the hills, nice photo.
...a beautiful sight.
An unusual and unique spire!!
That makes for a wonderful photo Bill!Happy Friday!
The spire looks great against that background!
Pretty unique, I like it !
Looks like a huge knife cutting it's way into the sky! I find it interesting that so often churches make for great photos.
That spire stands out well.
It's almost like a needle piercing the sky.
I think a very old Keltisch one?
That's quite unusual.
The spire in-spired (haha) me to look up the church to see the rest..beautiful!!
That's a great pic, Bill! The spire looks like it is coming out of the forest!
I just found your blog through a friend's blog. OMGOSH! You have some wonderful, wonderful photos.I grew up in an Irish community in Pennsylvania. My grandmother was Irish--an Owen---and ket many of the old traditions.Looking forward to following your blog. I will put it on my sidebar so I don't miss a single post. Diana
Beautiful church spire, Bill. It looks ancient!
It's very pretty and I like how it's balanced with the trees around it. I guess I'm the only one who thinks it looks vaguely like the nosecone of a rocket.
I like this picture very much!: )