Holy church st. Peter and Paul in Morag - the Gothic parish church in Morag, the raised into XIV century.
Parish church in Morag behaved in the form which was granted him during anchormen in the XVIII century. It is single-nave building with the distinguished chancel. On his side walls he survived the team of medieval figurative paintings with stages of Adoration of the Lamb, crucifying and Apostles. A few gravestones of family members are also in a chancel Dohn, of the deceaseds in the XVI century. The high altar dates from 1690 and was made by the Nuernberg artist of the woodcarver of Gellert which for the church also made the baptistery, destroyed during the World War II (survived only fragments). On the side wall of the church a fourteenth-century mystical crucifix of preternatural sizes is hanging. Side altars, damaged during the World War II, were restored after 1945.
Unfortunately in day of my visit in city church was closed.
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jemaflor (95987) 2013-10-06 0:07
Nice angle well taken the church, excellent light capture, beautiful colors contrast, tfs.
Silvio1953 (140736) 2013-10-06 0:36
Ciao Aleksander, great view of lovely church, fascinating composition with fantastic sky, splendid light, excellent clarity and wonderful colors, very well done, my friend, have a good Sunday, ciao Silvio
snunney (97477) 2013-10-06 2:43
The building in the foreground directs the attention toward the church. I like the lighting and the wonderfully rich red tones of the brickwork very much indeed. Superb rendering of the textural detail.
Sergiom (77291) 2013-10-06 5:14
Quelle belle lumière sur la brique de cette magnifique église qui semble briller comme un sou neuf sous les rayons du soleil. La contre plongée lui donne beaucoup d'ampleur.
saxo042 (37794) 2013-10-06 5:55
A very good capture of this interesting church. The very strong brick colours are excellent against the blue sky.
holmertz (51148) 2013-10-06 6:51
The plain grey sidewing of the church and the pile of rocks take some of the beauty away, but this is still a fine church. It is also definitely a fine photo with an amazing sharpness, very well handled light and a most appealing balance of red, green, blue and grey.
danos (96706) 2013-10-06 10:02
nice the view of the church with its red roof tiles as the others of the walls to contrast perfect with the blue of the sky.Excellent the close up view as the clarity of the image.
tedesse (25135) 2013-10-07 12:35
Interesujace spojrzenie na kosciol ss. Piotra i Pawla.
Super ostrosc i swiatlo, piekne kolory. Fantastyczna notka.
Fis2 (95997) 2013-10-08 2:57
Ciekawa ta bryla tego kosciola.
Ta przybudowka troche szpeci...
Piekny gotycki mur i ciekawe okna.
Dobry kadr i kolory.
pierrefonds (65264) 2013-10-09 4:31
The tree is helping to frame the church. The point of view is showing the details and colors of the St.Peter and St.Paul church. The quality of the light is embellishing the colors. Have a nice day.
abmdsudi (52987) 2013-10-10 6:37
Your choice of using high contrast effectively brought out the interesting features of the church. It's effectively cropped in bright light and rich in colours with the intensity of blue is a real bonus there. A vibrant shot nicely presented. Congrats
mkamionka (35820) 2013-10-16 6:19
ciekawa prezentacja w pieknym swietle i takie zywe przyjemne kolory. Troche szkoda ze dobudowali do tego kosciola te przybudowke. To troche niszczy stara atmosfere tego miejsca.
ChrisJ (112285) 2013-10-17 21:25
Striking warm vs cold color contrasts between the blue sky and red tiled roof and brickwork of the fg building. Good density and sharpness with punchy light contrasts and superb framing and composition. Perspective has been well managed with the verticals placed centrally leaving the far left and far right to fall where they will. Tfs!
- Copyright: Aleksander Gruszecki (Graal) (102596)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2013-09-10
- Categories: Architecture
- Camera: Nikon D200, Tamron 17-50mm f2.8, Tiffen 77mm Circular Polarizer
- Exposure: f/7.1, 1/350 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
- Date Submitted: 2013-10-05 23:57