Corme-Royal is a French commune in the Charente-Maritime département, Poitou-Charente region. With a population of just over 1500, it lies 15 kilometres to the west of the town of Saintes. It was known as "Corme-la-Forêt" during the Revolution.
The church at Corme-Royal is dedicated to Saint Nazaire. Dating from the 12th century and Romanesque in appearance, it was original the abbey church of a Benedictine priory, which depended on the Abbey of Notre-Dame in Saintes. It was partly fortified in the 15th century.
Due to lack of room, this picture is a stitch of two images.
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besnard (54777) 2009-04-28 1:07
Elle a traversé les ans sans dommage cette belle église qui semble massive et présente une architecture intéressante.
Merci pour le partage et bonne journée.
ManuMay (36083) 2009-04-28 1:40
Good architectural view, stone textures are really good and your light management too, as it is a hard light!!
Good light contrasts and point of view indeed!!
Have a nice day...
Budapestman (82620) 2009-04-28 1:42
Splendid vertical photo of this beautiful romanesque church with excellent lights and colours. Impressive shot. Have a nice day!
John_F_Kennedy (43379) 2009-04-28 2:57
Spectacular POV, so well captured. This is a great shot!
I liked the lighting, colour and composition of this shot very much.
asajernigan (21400) 2009-04-28 3:34
Your composition is great using a vertical format for this shot. The height of the tower is emphasized nicely with the vertical format. The upward view gives the tower a dominating appearance. The lighting and colors are fine with excellent sharpness and detail.
mauro61 (52631) 2009-04-28 3:50
POV dal basso che rende bene la monumentalita' della chiesa dalla bella costruzione in pietra.
Ottima gestione della luce.
delpeoples (54603) 2009-04-28 4:36
Hi Stephen, I really like how you have used the vertical here to emphasise the grandness and size of this beautiful piece of architecture. Great work with the stitching - your skills are well beyond mine, it's all a bit of a mystery. The tones are beautiful and you have done well to avoid blowing out the sky. Great job, Lisa.
jlbrthnn (76037) 2009-04-28 5:51
L'église et le clocher sont massifs. Une fois encore, la façade est du style roman du Poitou-Charentes, avec ses différents étages. Belle lumière, bonne image. Bravo.
wolf38 (31284) 2009-04-28 8:32
Hello Stephen. Photo and text complement each other also with this photo in the best way. In the upright format the tower is adequately represented. A good shot. Best regards, Wolfgang.
Fis2 (89297) 2009-04-28 12:35
A very interesting tower.
I like the vertikal frame and delicate colors.
ChrisJ (103487) 2009-04-28 17:40
A good upward pov on the old stone tower, with superb sharpness, colour, contrast, & smart choice of a vertical frame. Tfs!
gunbud (34066) 2009-04-28 19:07
The lovely old tower is seen in bright mid day light that brings out all its fine features as it contrast brilliantly with the clear blue sky.
dareco (17134) 2009-04-28 22:27
You always find such interesting new ways of framing your subjects. Good lighting and detail once again. TFS
Graal (99762) 2009-04-28 23:59
an interesting old architecture, good presentation of church tower. Great sky. Well vertical composition.
mikolaj_kawa (0) 2009-04-29 1:04
Hello Stephen! Fantastic tower. Wonderful architecture. Excellent sky. Nice light and colours. Perfect vertical composition. Great effect. Good luck!
roges (1212) 2009-04-29 1:36
Bonjour Stephen !
Excellent image créée.
Les couleurs sont belles et leur très bon contraste.
npecanhuk (69450) 2009-04-29 2:33
A very nice picture to present such a fine example of wonderful architecture! I really like it!
TFS - congratulations!
anto95 (1840) 2009-04-29 5:30
fantastico questo paesaggio con un' ottima luce!Congrutulazioni!
saxo042 (37602) 2009-04-29 8:51
The deep blue sky over the sandstone colour of this impressive church, is very attractive. Very good stitch and the full size of the high building here is very good.