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fellowship hall

Fellowship Hall is part of St. James Church, in Chalfont. The property has been for sale for a number of years. The last I read, a developer had purchased the property and will be developing the church into a restaurant, which should be pretty interesting.

In the mean time, I snapped this photo of the hall and converted it to monochrome. A contribution to the Weekend in Black and White, November 13, 2015.

Fellowship Hall

17 thoughts on “fellowship hall

  1. rebecca says:

    Very cool image. Moody and mysterious. I didn’t know the place has sold. It will be interesting to see what it’s like when redeveloped.

  2. Aimeecakes says:

    I love the perspective in this shot. Very dramatic

  3. Lady Fi says:

    What a gorgeous shot!

  4. Mary says:

    Very nice. The perspective is great.

  5. TheChieftess says:

    Very dramatic! Cool setting for a restaurant too…

  6. Mary says:

    A gorgeous shot! It has a dramatic touch!

  7. Interessting building and a dramatic sky !
    Great in B/W.
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    Greetings from Germany

  8. The arches are impressive. The style lends to quite a grand entrance for a restaurant.

  9. Dragonstar says:

    Dramatic photo. You give great presence to a simple building.

  10. This has an almost surreal feel to it. Love it!

  11. Genie says:

    What a fine perspective to this shot. Bud and I are off to another race and we always eat in a church turned restaurant. Can’t wait.

  12. Hilde says:

    Unusual perspective, beautiful dramatic sky.
    Have a fine weekend.
    Visiting from The weekend in B&W, Hilde
    http://stapjesonderweg.blogspot.be/2015/11/yes-its-fast-no-you-cant-ride-it.html

  13. Rajesh says:

    Wonderful composition.

  14. RobertN says:

    Beautiful b&w.

  15. Karen says:

    Great shades of grey and so dramatic against the sky.

  16. TexWisGirl says:

    i like the b&w and abundance of grays. 🙂

  17. pat tillett says:

    LOVE everything about this photo!