I'm really enjoying the variety of photos this week, from a diversity of different beliefs.
MotherGoose, the pros use a prism lens to get that effect, you did it without!
Zorba, love the colours and composition in your offering this week. Lovely shot.
Jeanie, welcome to you (and St. George), hope to see more photos from you.
Ren, I've never seen the Harry Potter movies, but what amazing carving in your well-composed photo. Do you know what material it is?
Jane, you are obviously a talented crafter. It's so much nicer to have homemade decorations, isn't it?
Jedi, I hope that bible gets passed down to a family member when the time comes.
Qq, I was quite intrigued by the Ovoos. I've never known anyone who's been to Mongolia before, what a fascinating trip you must have had.
Szabs, I really like your shot and the story behind it. What an interesting parade to have seen.
Prof, that hill would give the ol' legs a good workout, I'd imagine.
Flopsy, a nice offering of a piece of English history, I like the warm muted colours in that shot.
Lily, what a colourful scene to stumble upon!
Copago, I think that's one of the smallest churches I've seen! Built out of rocks found on the spot, I assume.
Lucy, I hope you don't let your problem posting put you off from returning, lovely shot, hope to see more from you.
PaulFlp, welcome to you too.
I see from your profile you enjoy models, but I'm perplexed by your photo. The perspective of the trees make the church seem much higher than 18"! Tell us your secret!
... I've been under the weather for the last 6 weeks, which is why I've not posted or commented much during that time, but glad to say I survived
and am feeling back to par once more, and look forward to getting the camera busy again.