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Easter inside Fishbourne Church

In a departure from recent entries, I could not miss the opportunity to record the glorious interior of our local parish church at Fishbourne near Chichester in West Sussex, which was decorated with some quite stunningly beautiful flower arrangements this Easter. I wanted to photograph the work of many wonderful and gifted volunteers, as well as having a few images which could be published in the next edition of our Parish Magazine.

All the photographs were taken using the Olympus EM5 and Panasonic f2.8 12-35mm zoom lens, mounted on a Gitzo tripod and ball head.

Fishbourne Church at Easter
The east window behind the altar of Fishbourne Church
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All the pillars were decorated with flowers and Easter chicks!
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Crosses and primroses beneath the altar
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A floral decoration on the font
…..and just because I can’t resist the temptation, I have converted a similar image to the first photo in this entry to mono. Although the beautiful colours have been removed there is still something about the black and white version.

Fishbourne Church at Easter - in mono

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2 Responses to “Easter inside Fishbourne Church”

  1. Fay Rogers

    I loved seeing the colours above and appropriate for this time of year. But even more I enjoyed the mono conversion. See you tomorrow, Alan, at Fenton House. Very best wishes, Fay

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