Convict Stone - The Garrison Church - The Rocks - The HDR Series by Philip Johnson
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I lay this foundation and cornerstone of the church to be built in this place, to be named the church of the Holy Trinity….: The speaker was the first Bishop of Australia William Grant Broughton, on a blustery Tuesday morning, 23rd June 1840.

And so the spot was declared for what was to more popularly known as the Garrison Church which still stands at the southern end of Lower Fort Street, cornering Argyle place in one of the most historically colourful areas of Sydney known as The Rocks

The builder was Edward Flood and accepted price for materials is interesting to scan, Bricks were 2/15 a thousand. A labourer worked 10 hours for 5/- a week while the bricklayer for the same period received 8/6. Henry Ginn, the architect of the basic structure, estimated that the church would house 250 adults and 50 children and in his original design his calculations were not far wrong.

Philip Johnson is a Photographer located on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. Specialising in HDR photography his works have been shown in galleries,published in Tourism campaigns. His work will also be available as Jig Saws through Crown & Andrews

Winner of the Art Unlimited Photography prize 2011

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  • solareclips~Julie  Alexander
    solareclips~Ju...about 6 years ago

    WOW! Phillip, this is amazing!

  • Virginia McGowan
    Virginia McGowanabout 6 years ago

    fantastic colour ,love the red gate

  • Avril Brand
    Avril Brandabout 6 years ago

    Gorgeous!!! Amazing colour and angle!

  • Corina Daniela Obertas
    Corina Daniela...about 6 years ago

    Marvellous! I love this!

  • Mahjabeen Mankani
    Mahjabeen Mankaniabout 6 years ago

    wow great colors!

  • Sean Farragher
    Sean Farragherabout 6 years ago

    great color

  • Britta Roche
    Britta Rocheabout 6 years ago

    Great work, impressive colours !
    I like the descriptions of your photos, very informative.

  • Bev Woodman
    Bev Woodmanabout 6 years ago

    Great shot and great history.

  • RanyLutz
    RanyLutzabout 6 years ago

    Super image and info!!

  • Xandru
    Xandruabout 6 years ago

    Great photo!! I like your post processing, Phil.
    And congratulations for getting featured.

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