St. Martin’s, Allerton Mauleverer – B & W Interpretation (Pt 2 of 2)

One of the principle reasons for me exporing our rich heritage of churches is the beautiful lighting that invariably pervades – whether bright and sunny outside or dull and overcast.  There is always some area of the church which rewards with soft tonal changes in light, which can be particularly successul when reduced to black and white.  Here are a few examples that I’ve created based on images taken at Allerton Mauleverer.  I’m not sure that the compostional side of things are good in all but I like them anyway.

 

 

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