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Andy's Photo Journal

Wednesday 16 March 2011: Presbyterian

Grangemouth, Scotland

When the town was expanded in the early sixties another church was built, this time with the strange aesthetic of the 60's. this one had glass sides allowing passers by full view of the service; including wee boys with more mischief on their mids. Now this side of the church has a large leylandii hedge screening the worshippers from passers by.

I'm not 100% with this shot but the church needs to be shot, it's a weird mix of the utilitarian box style of the day with something altogether more strange (glass walls notwithstanding).

In other news I think I've now found my regular printer now, just need to try a few colours. a mono will be heading to Brum tomorrow......




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