The Solitary Church

The Solitary Church

Posted: 27.10.07 | Categories: [Architecture]  [Denmark]  [Wide-angle]  

The Solitary Church in Skagen, Denmark is quite a tourist attraction. The church itself was reached by sand drift in 1775, closed in 1795, and partly demolished in 1810. There is around 5 metres of sand covering the main building. The tower was preserved and is used as a navigation mark.

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Canon EOS 400D DIGITAL
f 11
1/500 sec
10 mm
ISO 100
LENS : Canon 10-22mm





8 Comments Posted | View

  • Quite a stunning combination of white walls and blue sky. Very striking image.
    BobC @ 2007-10-27
  • Great sky and roof colors.
    Harry @ 2007-10-27
  • Nice contrast between the red blue and white.
    Lispfoto @ 2007-10-28
  • Ah... Welcome back, did miss you for a while! But it was wirth waiting for these two outstanding posts.
    javga @ 2007-10-28
  • A stunning architecture for this church!
    Still @ 2007-10-29
  • Amazing! I love the perspective and the rich colors. The house does stick out really well against that beautiful sky.
    Arjan - PlasticDaisy @ 2007-10-31
  • Excellent. Handsome contrast between the sparkling white and the blue sky. Real punchy.
    milou @ 2007-11-02
  • very nice contrast with all the colors, well done.
    riesenriel @ 2007-11-22

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