This church in Castletownbere in West Cork looks like it may have seen better days but by the looks of the mowed grass it’s probably still in use.
The Canon 40D was delivered today. I could have posted a sample picture but I didn’t have time to shoot anything interesting besides a few snaps of family. Loving the 3″ LCD on the back of the camera, it’s so quiet compared to the Canon 20D, hardly any noise at ISO 400, and experimenting with the auto ISO mode. That should help with street photography where light conditions change so rapidly.
|Camera||Canon EOS 20D|
Architecture, Black and White, Castletownbere, church, Cork, Cork Photos, grass, Ireland, Irish photos, irishblogs, Nature, path, Urban, urban-decay
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