The Mono-Archives | PT.VI | 35Chronicle

35mm, black & white, infrared, landscape, photography, rural, skies, structures

Room with a View? | Mouswald Parish Church. 

Elevated yet still very tucked away here in the quiet village of Mouswald, stands this beautiful little parish church that dates back to 1816 – up for sale to anyone who’d want to make it… home. From here, there are beautiful views over the Solway and out to Criffel and, no troubling neighbours. But a lot of buried stories, I’m betting. I’ve had this place on my shoot-list for a lot of years and, thankfully – just a few weeks before lock-down, I finally made them.  I have to wonder though – once it’s sold, will the resting still be left to rest? I hope so.

Idyllic; even on a moody day like this.

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II. [720nm IR.]

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III. [720nm IR.]

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4 thoughts on “The Mono-Archives | PT.VI | 35Chronicle

  1. A little creepy and a beautifully unique subject. I love the dark skies, they are so fitting! Maybe another one that I would call “ominous beauty.” 🙂 It would be a cool purchase for someone who doesn’t get rattled easily. Not me, ha-ha, I’m a big old scaredy-cat.

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    1. Ahhh I love this spot. Had headstones for neighbours myself once, many many years ago… actually, really liked it. Reminds us to enjoy it all while we’re here. Thanks for your lovely comments, Janet! Have a fab day! 🙏 😊

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