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Canon 450D (Canon lens 18-55mm)
Layered with textures in Photoshop.
This old, now unused, church is located on very barren land off the Brand Highway. The foundation stone for this gothic style church was laid in 1867. It was built in limestone by ticket-of-leave convict labour and opened for worship in 1870. Many of Greenough’s early settlers were members of the strong Wesleyan community led by the Waldecks, who lived at nearby Mt. Pleasant.
Source: The National Trust
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