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Taken from ‘The Portsmouth that has passed’ by William G Gates:

Charles II married his Portugese bride Catherine of Braganza here in 1662. Two centuries of decline and disrepair followed until the chapel was restored in 1867 to become the Garrison Church. It was reduced to a burnt out shell during one of Portsmouth’s worst second World War air raids on January 11th 1941 it stands today as a silent memorial.’

War is not just a thing that affects the soldiers.

A man, a camera, a freak accident!

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  • Adriana Glackin
    Adriana Glackinabout 7 years ago

    What a goregous, surreal image, and so beautiful in B&W. =)

  • ferndesign
    ferndesignabout 7 years ago

    awesome b&w

  • Paul Gibbons
    Paul Gibbonsabout 7 years ago

    The birds by Alfred Hitchcock spring to mind, not sure why though. Great shot, love the black and white tones.

  • Michael  Bermingham
    Michael Bermi...about 7 years ago

    Beautiful image.

  • Halcyon007
    Halcyon007about 7 years ago

    The sky is held very well Andrew. Those whisps of cloud really make it

  • Jeff  Burns
    Jeff Burnsabout 7 years ago

    Superb shot this is very cool
    Love the light behind the church

  • Melissa Vowell
    Melissa Vowellabout 7 years ago

    simply gorgeous Andrew.

  • Mary Lake
    Mary Lakeabout 7 years ago

    I like how you got the birds in flight above this. Great!

  • mrslowney
    mrslowneyabout 7 years ago

    great capture, looks amazing

  • midzing
    midzingabout 7 years ago

    Brilliant lighting and image, well done

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