We took a trip down Warwick way with J&E on Sat, and on the way back it just happened to be blue hour as we got to St Mary’s.
A good chance to try out the TS-E on some interesting architecture.
Unfortunately the sodium vapour lights are a pretty sickly colour and this was about as best as I could get in LR to tone them down a bit.
St Mary’s was constructed between 1920 and 1926 and is an example of the early twentieth century gothic revival movement in church construction. It was designed by the architects, Dornbusch & Connolly. Construction completed at a cost of Â£40,000.
Warwick, Qld, Australia
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