Black & White Wednesday

This weeks photograph is Lambeg parish church. It sits on the banks of the River Lagan a few miles from Lisburn. The first church dates back to 1598 with the possibly of one going as far back as 1306.

The oldest tome stone found in the graveyard dates back to 1626.

History link: http://www.s118536411.websitehome.co.uk/churches/Lisburn-churches/lambeg-parish-church.html#:~:text=HISTORY%20%2D%20Lambeg%20Parish%20Church,the%20tower%2C%20was%20completely%20rebuilt.

Camera: Nikon D7200 with a Sigma 17 – 70 mm lens

Data: ISO 100, f/16 @ 1/2 second

Focal length 17 mm.

Thank you and stay safe,

George

74/365 Shutter release challenge

Lambeg Parish Church, Lisburn  County Antrim, Ireland.

I pass this church most days, so decided to stop by and photograph the river that passes close by.  Turned out the river view was not great. Since I had parked in the church car park, I thought I might take a look around. So this is one off the photographs I shot there.

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And here is a little History about the Church.

Thank you for viewing.