June 29: Monument

I was on the look-out for old churches to take a photo of today but this one was closed so I had to settle for a wander around outside. This was a monument to those members of the parish lost during the “Great War” (First World War) from 1914 – 1918. I know that lens flare is generally frowned upon but I did this on purpose (I actually took one first without the lens flare but liked this one better) and a friend of ours who has studied Art History informed me that this adds an ethereal quality to the image so that sealed my decision. So it’s a somewhat reflective photo for day 179…

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