A 365 Day Project

Posts tagged “church

Day 321/365: Rusty

This is part of the gate down at the church in Vacy. Love the rust & the flaky paint!

Rusty: Nikon D7000; f5.3; 1/40; ISO 100


Day 255/365: Christ Church Cathedral

Continuing up the hill from the ocean baths, I stopped to wander around Christ Church Cathedral. I have wanted to shoot this church for ages, it is such a majestic building. I love that it kind of looks over the city, and you can see it from afar.

Christ Church Cathedral: Nikon D7000; f4; 1/1250; ISO 100

Day 191: Arched Window

This will be my last of All Saints Chapel. I like to capture the smaller details in old buildings, so this little arched window naturally caught my eye, as well as the tiny one higher up. My only slight disappointment is that you can’t really see the colours in the stained glass. But I think it’s still as pretty as a picture!


Arched Window: Nikon D7000; f3.5; 1/125; ISO 100

Day 190/365: Nothing Like A Country Wedding

Still at All Saints Chapel, Woodville, this is their famous mailbox, cobwebs & all. I just love it! There are lots of little sentences all over it, this is just one of them. And I’m just loving the bokeh in the trees in the background!


Nothing Like A Country Wedding: Nikon D7000; f1.8; 1/2000; ISO 100

Day 189/365: A Pointed View

I took this shot because I love all the lines & angles in it, which also make the round light globe stand out.  Once again, the contrasting textures between the stone and the wood are nice too.


Pointed View: Nikon D7000; f3.5; 1/250; ISO 100

Day 188/365: Sunburst

Another image of All Saints Chapel, Woodville. I love all the texture in the stone and on the roof. The sunburst is the first one I’ve captured that I’ve really liked, so I’m happy with that!


Sunburst: Nikon D7000; f4.5; 1/1600; ISO 100

Day 187/365: All Saints Chapel

This morning the boys and I ventured out into the horrific wind that is blowing right across the Hunter today, just so I could shoot this gorgeous little chapel. It is All Saints Chapel, in Woodville. It was built in 1864 and is the Hunter’s oldest non-denominational chapel. It is used a lot these days for weddings and naming ceremonies. I will post a few more images from here over the next couple of days, including their famous letterbox!


All Saints Chapel: Nikon D7000; f4.5; 1/125; ISO 100