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(Full Winter version!)The Church of St Peter was built in the 1850s on land given by Squire Wright, on the Belmont Road towards Bolton.
Featured in the Snow! Glorious Snow!! group FEB 2009.Featured in the Postcards- Destinations group NOV 2010.Featured in the Christian Churches, Statues & Crosses group FEB 2012.
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I originate from Lancashire but now I am based in Blaenavon, South Wales. I am an Aerospace technician and amateur photographer which takes me all over the UK.
Steve Liptrot Photography
Bit different in the snow, lovely image Steve..
Thanks Jason. How’s the sensor. What you use to clean it?
– Steve Liptrot
wonderful shot Steve – love the blueness of the sky – was this with ya 10-20mm
Thats what ND grey-grads do to skies instead of resorting to HDR. I used my old faithful dented and scratched 18-105 lens!
great winter scene
Cheers mate, appreciated
Thank you very much
I’ll definitely have to get some of those grey-grads. Great image Steve.Was that today? You had more snow than us!
This morning. The blue sky soon turned to Chorley grey! Thanks mate
Unable to clean it mate, seems to make it worse, I was using the arctic butterfly , I have only used the dry way of cleaning my sensor, P’d off about it good style mate, I’ve had to send it to the repair shop and now have no camera for at least 3 weeks..
Woops, sounds expensive. I wet clean mine then use the rocket blower. That’s the only thing I hate about digital, sensor dust.
Nice capture. Looks great with the snow.Love the shadows also.
Thanks Richard. I was hoping nobody had walked in the snow but got there too late!
Great shot Steve, worth cold tootsies ;)
Thanks Shaun. Bloody freezing today!
Great shot Steve … amazing vibrant light
Thanks David. The light didn’t last long. Typical!
lovely shot Steve,
Thanks Bill, appreciated
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