St Mary's Church Plas Power

Picture by myliwg01


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  • May 18, 2014
  • Shooting Style Tripod
  • Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
  • Exposures Number 5 exp -2 to +2 ev
  • Editing Software Photoshop / Others / Photomatix Pro
  • File Format RAW
  • Notes
St Mary's Plas Power Bersham Wrexham North Wales church Canon 70d

11 Comments

18 May 07:17
myliwg01

Bersham Church is also known as St Mary's Plas Power Private Chapel. It is administered by a Trust and is believed to be the last remaining private Chapel in Wales still holding regular services. It is now part of the Wrexham Deanery, which is the Diocese of St Asaph. The church was founded and built by Thomas Lloyd FitzHugh in 1875. His wife Emily Mary from Charlecote in Warwickshire took a great interest in the building and is the reason why the architect and organ builder were both from that county. It was originally built without a bell tower; however, one was added some years later. When Captain Godfrey FitzHugh was killed on active service in Palestine in 1917 his widow Ethel had the bells installed in his memory.They consist of a carillon of eight bells operated by hand and are still in use today.

18 May 08:01
__banned__user_

To my untrained eye it appears over saturated an needs perspective looking at. Lovely process all the same

18 May 11:22
flipd1

Nice HDR look. The sky is a bit of a let down unfortunately

18 May 13:18
arnie58

Nice shot

18 May 13:18
arnie58

Nice shot

18 May 15:18
bjosted

9

18 May 16:12
anonymous

9

18 May 19:05
inkslinger

Excellent details, nice clean/sharp. Not so keen on the strong yellow tint...Love the Red Acer tree on the right...

18 May 20:25
thetampa2

98

18 May 22:24
digicam

Agree on sky

18 May 23:38
sanz3jo

10

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