Photographer's Note

Bonchurch is a very small and very old village situated on the southeast corner of the Isle of Wight.
The old Church is only 48ft in length by 12ft wide, and it is the type of a private chapel. The Chancel and the south door are examples of the earliest Norman architecture, the door made of planks placed horizontally within, perpendicularly without, and studded with nails. All the windows are later (12th and 15th Century).

I was lucky to get this shot, i was actually on the way back from taking some photos on the beach below the church, but the amazing colours caught my eye, it was a mixture of the deep blue dusk sky mixed with the orange glow from the lamp, so it ended up producing a strange magenta colour that made you feel kind of warm inside!

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Additional Photos by Jamie Russell (Jamierussell) Silver Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 49 W: 1 N: 839] (6013)
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