Old Parish Church of St George the Martyr at Queenscliff on the Bellarine Peninsula
(on the other side of Port Phillip Bay - across from my Mornington Peninsula)
It was constructed in 1863.
Where there is sunlight
The shadows shape and linger
Welcome to the shadows of Shadow Shot Sunday!
Your hosts are:
Magical Mystical Teacher
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May the sunlight and shadows always be with you!
George is really good looking! :)
Good shadow shot.
What a beautiful old building with soft shadows painting it in the light. This is a very nice and quiet shadow shot Gemma : )
AS cores em contraste com as sombras fica muito bonito. Beijos!
Oh! That is a nice shot! So tranquil...
The church makes a great canvas for shadow.
Looks so peaceful and calm. This is what I need when I have the time to chillax.
A lil bit of a sun.
beautiful! I love the shapes of the windows and doors, plus the roofline.
This is a lovely church - styled like in England but without the stone exterior - the lines are ver nice in white. Lovely!
What a lovely, sun-dappled church. Nice photo!
A beautiful photo!...:)JP
I like how clear and crisp the air looks. I want to be there.
Good Lord covered one of his homes with love and shadows.
Beautiful white church shows off those shadows. Nice shot.
these shadows look very protective ! have a nice sunny Sunday !
A charming little church—and a perfect canvas for those shadows!
Love your shot this week.
Thanks for hosting.
love the beautiful blue sky!!!!
wonderful shadow shot!!
Wonderful shadow shot!
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