Lemery Church II

Wednesday, April 5 | |

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Kodak CX7430 Auto, aperture at f5.60, shutter speed at 1/750 sec., focal length of 42mm, no-flash, ISO 80


This is Lemery Church seen from the outside on a clear day. You can also see the statue of San Roque (also known as Roch, the "Rock," St. Rocco, St. Rollox, or St. Rochus) in front, as he is the patron saint of Lemery. His feast, celebrated every 16th of August, also happens to be the fiesta celebration date of this town.

3 comments:

jeff said...

wow. superb photographs.

thanks

Sidney said...

Is something special happening during this Fiesta? I am always looking for new stuff for my photo blog ;-)

Lovely picture. Nice angle and viewpoint !

Emer said...

Thanks also, Jeff.

I'll find out, Sidney. But one thing is certain, there will be lots and lots of food in every house, and everyone is invited. =)

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