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l'antre de la mort - death cavern

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[email protected] (Granby, Québec, Canada) on 21 November 2007 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

© Mathieu Chassé 2007


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À tous nos visiteurs : merci de vos commentaires !
Visitors: thank you for your comments!

Ras from Plano, United States

How old is this place. It looks very old, at least the bell tower does.

21 Nov 2007 6:03am

@Ras: Well Ras, "old" is relative. This is a chapel of one of the cemetaries in our town, it is far from being the oldest, so it must not be that old. Also, our town is not that old, compared to other cities in the Province. The first settlers came here in the early 1800'.

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Et tout de meme, c'est singulier comme c'est beau!!!

21 Nov 2007 8:47am

@Lorraine: Merci Lorraine!

MaryB from Staffordshire, United Kingdom

A lovely church, the light across the front shows off the wonderfully shaped entrance and stonework beautifully.

21 Nov 2007 9:47am

@MaryB: You are right, Mathieu caught a great angle of the sun here!

Sandra Rocha from Alfândega da Fé, Portugal

Um local que parece ser aconchegador. Linda.

21 Nov 2007 10:19am

@Sandra Rocha: É uma capela num cemitério. Obrigado para a tua visita,

Walt from Scarborough, Canada

Interesting title for a church shot!

21 Nov 2007 1:16pm

@Walt: It's a small chapel in one of our cemetaries. Thanks for visiting us today,

Mathieu from Granby, Canada

In fact this little church is located into an old cemetery...this is where the name come from.

21 Nov 2007 5:16pm

@Mathieu: C'est très beau avec la lumière, ça fait ressortir la texture, bravo!

Amir from ?, Iran

Loving it, very beautiful. The cross at top is so amazing

21 Nov 2007 6:22pm

@Amir: Yes, the light really makes this one, thanks.

Reza from Montreal, Canada

Beautiful indeed.

21 Nov 2007 9:55pm

badala from Leiria, Portugal

É uma bela capela! :)

21 Nov 2007 10:33pm

Betsy Barron : www.thebetsy.com from Glenmoore, United States

nice shadows

22 Nov 2007 12:46am

Viewfinder from Bradenton, United States

Very nice capture; the light and shadows, the angles, and the whole atmosphere is captivating.

22 Nov 2007 1:13am

Rags from Plano, United States

lovely image. Thanks for sharing with us a part of history!

22 Nov 2007 2:14am

Sujit Sudhi from Hyderabad, India

Superb shot. Well done.

22 Nov 2007 4:33am

Illuci from Hurdegaryp, Netherlands

Splendid picture of a very friendly and hospitable little building. A good place to say farewell.

22 Nov 2007 7:35pm